Posts tagged relationship advice

The ultimate eharmony profile guide

From choosing a photo, to writing your ‘about me’ and filling out your profile sections, we understand that getting started on eharmony can be a little overwhelming, so we put together this easy step-by-step guide to setting up a killer profile and maximising your dating success. Complete the Relationship Questionnaire The first step is to […]

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Blog, Using eHarmony

What does a “good man” look like?

A little bit of guidance and advice on love can go a long way, but when your Facebook feed becomes inundated with memes and pictures of a billion qualities that a ‘good man’ should have , it becomes all very overwhelming and confusing! Attracting the right man into your life isn’t about having a 10 […]

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Love & Dating

6 signs he’s a player, not a keeper

If players walked around with neon signs above their heads, there would be less heartache in the world. Until that happens, here’s how to tell the keepers from the players.

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Love & Dating

Why we’re failing at romance

Psychologist and relationship expert Jacqui Manning explains why our idea of romance is skewed and how we can fix it.

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Love & Dating

How 7 eharmony couples keep romance alive

We know our success couples are the experts when it comes to romance, so to celebrate Romance Awareness Month we asked for their best advice for keeping the romance alive.

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Love & Dating, Meet our members

How non-physical intimacy can improve your relationship

Have you ever felt like you’re having trouble getting close to your partner? Do you feel like there’s a little extra “something” that’s missing; holding you back from being fully connected to one another? Your intimacy levels might be the problem.

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Relationships

Things you should never reveal to a partner

It’s not rocket science. Honesty and communication are the glue that will ensure a good relationship just gets better. But is total honesty really a standard to aspire to? Are there not things you should keep to yourself, even when pressed by your lover?

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Dating, Relationships

How to Let Your Guard Down When You’ve Been Hurt Before

To experience great love is to also open yourself up to the risk of experiencing great heartbreak. For those of us who’ve had our hearts broken previously, it can often be difficult to open up to a new partner and let our guards down.

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Dating, Relationships, Start with you

10 Ways to Reignite ‘The Spark’

One of life’s best natural highs is the thrill, passion and excitement of having a new partner. The conversation is endless and the connection you both feel is intense. So, if you could reignite that honeymoon spark with your long term partner, why wouldn’t you do it? She Said’s Kim Chartres talks to a couple of holistic therapists to find out how.

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Relationships

5 relationship lessons you can learn from your parents

For most of us, the first impressions that we ever receive about love and relationships are from our parents. Whether your parents were blissfully in love or at each other’s throats, the way you saw them express their love to each other throughout your childhood inevitably shapes your future relationships.

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Relationships