Monthly Archives: September 2013

Is Having a ‘Specific Type’ Helpful or Hurtful?

Admit it: you have a type when it comes to defining your “perfect match.” “Types” are assorted combinations of physical and personality traits that, whether consciously or not, tend to dictate with whom we end up pursuing relationships. Knowing the inherent qualities you want in a partner is one thing, but knowing your type can sometimes… Continue Reading

Repeat After Me: ‘If You Haven’t Met the Person, It’s Not a Real Relationship.’

Even with shows like MTV’s “Catfish” and increased awareness about online scammers, people are still getting duped as they search for love, friendship and connection via the internet. It is really sad and makes me furious. At eHarmony, we work extremely hard to monitor this sort of activity and get anyone off of the site who… Continue Reading

Is Your Relationship Costing You Too Much?

Today’s guest blog is from one of my favorite writers, Virginia Clark, who never minces words when it comes to dating and relationships. She writes about a very common problem for many women — who give way too much of themselves in their relationships in hopes of turning things around. I’ve been there myself, and it’s… Continue Reading