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Chronicles of an Internet Dater Part 4: Dating with Children

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In part 4 of her guest blog series, Brisbane-based author, mum, online dater extraordinaire and eHarmony success story, Eve Wilson, shares her experience and advice on dating with kids. From what to write on your profile, to bringing it up on a first date, Eve figured out the hard way the dos and don’ts of dating with children, so you don’t have to!

Dear Melanie … Your Personal Dating Questions Answered

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eHarmony’s Dating and Relationship Expert, Melanie Schilling, answers your questions about love and dating. This week, Mel dishes her advice for those experiencing the all-too-common endless dating cycle, and explains why reflecting on your dating mindset and strategy helps create a more positive dating experience.

5 great spring date ideas

by eHarmony

Spring has sprung in Australia, which means it’s time to say goodbye to boots and wool jumpers and hello to sandals and short sleeves. And while cosy dates by the pub fireplace may be ending, the milder weather and longer days mean you can take your dating to the outdoors. We’ve got five unique spring dates to help you embrace the new season.

First date questions you have to ask

by eHarmony

Good questions are to a successful first date what sunshine is to the beach: crucial! Ask the right ones and you’ll not only have an engaging conversation, but also a pretty good insight into the life of the person sitting opposite.

5 signs they’re not over their ex

by eHarmony

Your new date’s romantic history isn’t something to be afraid of. Or is it? The niggling feeling that their previous partner is casting too long a shadow over their life is difficult to ignore. Rashly confronting them with your suspicions typically leads to outraged denial, which will do little to alleviate your worries. Instead, keep an eye out for the following tell-tale signs and where necessary, talk through any concerns before the situation becomes terminal.

7 places NOT to go on a first date

by eHarmony

First dates are stressful enough without having to navigate an awkward restaurant (think: unflattering fluro lights) or participate in an activity that turns out to be totally unromantic (think: anything that involves lycra.) While we’re all for originality, there are some ideas that can only be described as bad. Here are some of the very worst.

The 5 worst pieces of dating advice

by eHarmony

A single person is offered more advice (solicited or otherwise) than YouTube has cat videos. Yes, everyone wants to share with you – whether that's a cautionary tale, a handy dating tip they must pass on or something they think you should be doing differently. But whatever advice you’ve been given, you might want to take it with a pinch of salt – especially after you see our top five worst offenders in the ‘dating advice’ category.

7 First Date Myths Busted

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We asked eHarmony members Simon and Tania to break down some common dating beliefs. From talking politics to first date outfits, it seems men and women agree on more than you’d think…

Chronicles of an Internet Dater Part 3: Date Time

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In her latest guest blog, Brisbane-based author, mum, online dater extraordinaire and eHarmony success story, Eve Wilson, shares her advice on planning for the all important First Date. From the location, the outfit, and dealing with those first date nerves – Eve’s got all bases covered to get you date ready!

‘Must Love Dogs’ – Lessons From The Date Coaching Frontline

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In her latest post, eHarmony’s Dating and Relationship Expert, Melanie Schilling, explains the difference between deal-breakers and preferences when dating.

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