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by eHarmonyBefore 1970 there were few Filipinos living in Australia, but today Filipinos are among the country’s top ten immigrant communities with Philippines-born Australian resident figures increasing, as older family members join their dependants and vice versa.
by eHarmonyDating outside your culture can bring up some important questions around compatibility and whether you will be accepted by your partner’s family. While it can be difficult to broach this topic with a new partner, working through any concerns from the start will ensure the relationship is built on a sturdy foundation.
by eHarmonyIf you weren’t a little bit nervous about getting back into the dating game in your autumn years, we would have to take you to the lab for testing because chances are you’re not human.
by adminToday’s guest blog comes from Brisbane-based Eve Wilson, a twice-married mum of five who embarked on an internet dating adventure which brought such extreme highs and lows that she decided to write a book about it. Eve will be sharing her useful and entertaining musings in a new fortnightly series to help others who are looking for love online.
by Annemarie GallardOur research shows that Aussies date less frequently in the colder months compared to summer, with many claiming that it’s harder to plan exciting dates. But with some thought and willpower, you can make this winter your best dating season yet. Here are 7 reasons why:
by eHarmonyDivorce can be a traumatic experience, but most people come out of it with a renewed sense of self and a solid idea of what they’re looking for in a new relationship. But what about when the man you’re dating not only has an ex-wife, but children too? Here are our top tips for dating a divorced man with kids.
by eHarmonyThere’s no ‘right’ time to start dating again after a divorce. Each individual is different, and only you can know what feels comfortable. Being able to start dating again after divorce means having faith that you can once again find a happy relationship. Ask yourself the following questions to see if you’re ready to get back into the dating game.
by adminBy Joy Lin
by Marie-Claire Ducharme SayersWhen the mercury drops, do you instinctively go into hibernation mode? According to our research, you’re not the only one. 1 in 4 Australians reports a dating decline during the winter months, with the cooler temperatures blamed for putting a damper on creative dating.
by Annemarie GallardFollowing our 9 dating myths about men, here are our top 9 myths about dating women!