Singles: learn about yourself and then find love: from eHarmony
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by Fran CreffieldDoes worrying about what other people think stop you from being able to relax and enjoy yourself in social situations? Is it stopping you from living the life you want and dating the people you like? If so here are some tips to help you overcome this.
by Fran CreffieldHeart pumping, cheeks flushed, pupils dilated and knees shaking – if this is how your date makes you feel it would be easy to think you are falling in love, or is it lust?
by Fran CreffieldIt might seem like a strange question but you would be surprised how many people say no, here we look at some of the reasons why.
by Fran CreffieldDo you keep your promises? Are you trustworthy and reliable? Maybe the answer is yes when you deal with other people but how good is your word when it comes to yourself?
by eHarmonyGot 2 minutes? Take our interactive personality test and find out how others see you! Do you like adventure? Do you like to take the lead? Find out today!
by Fran CreffieldIt can be hard to get a full measure of our positive qualities, characteristics and attributes and even harder to put them in a dating profile. Here are a few suggestions to help you identify all those things that are great about you.
by Fran CreffieldWe are all envious of others sometimes. Maybe someone has a nicer car, better figure or more money than us and we feel the grudging and longing that envy stirs up. Here we look at the potentially positive side of envy.
by eHarmonyIs your life heading in the right direction or do you feel like you are stuck in a bad soap opera? If so maybe it is time to rewrite the story.
by eHarmonyWe don’t mature emotionally at the same rate that we mature physically and there is no accurate measuring devise to let us know how much we have grown up in that department. We have put together some useful pointers so you can gauge your progress.
by eHarmonyOne of the most painful aspects of love is when it doesn’t work out. The pain caused is sometimes increased because we simply can’t move on even though there is no chance of the situation changing. It’s important to learn how to let go.