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Batman V Superman: Which Superhero is your compatible match???

Have you ever looked at the Superhero universe and wondered which superhero (or super villain) would be the most compatible couple? Well look no further, as here at eHarmony.co.uk we had just that same thought! With the help of comic book expert Claire Smith,  we put 24 super characters through our compatibility matching system to […]

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How to Know What’s Really Important to You

Knowing your values makes online dating so much easier and more successful says midlife expert and writer Rebecca Perkins.   Values are the qualities that define us. They are the things that matter the most to us. Without them we wouldn’t be who we are. They help us make choices about life, what we commit […]

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Which Bond girl is your compatible match

Psychological Experiment Reveals 007’s Most Compatible Bond Girl

eHarmony put fifteen of the most iconic Bond girls through rigorous compatibility testing to see who was ‘the one’ for Bond Tracy de Vicenzo worst match with Bond, despite the pair marrying in ‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’ Goldeneye‘s Natalya Simonova came out on top, with her warmth and capacity to care likely to exert a calming […]

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Which Bond is your eHarmony compatible match

Quiz: Which James Bond is your compatible match?

Are you better suited to Daniel Crag’s rough-and-ready 007 agent? Or is suave and sophisticated Sean Connery’s Bond a better match for you romantically? In honour of the release of the new Bond Movie Spectre, eHarmony.co.uk’s relationship experts have uncovered the best female match for Bond from the film series to date. Using the same rigorous […]

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Why shared values are more important than shared interests

When it comes to finding a compatible match shared interests usually seem to be a good starting point, but are shared values actually more important?

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