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Dating advice with a difference. From the ins and outs of online dating to how to make a great first-date impression, it’s all here. Browse the articles below or use the search to find some great dating advice.

Swipeout Point: how long does it take to decide if you fancy a match?

A new experimental study by cognitive psychologists gives new insights into how we make key decisions on dating apps  We all know swiping can be a fast business. Casual dating apps are set up to draw people in like gambling apps with alluring designs and stylish icons. And just as fruit machines have flashing buttons to entice people to spend on impulse, swipe apps are cleverly designed so that all it takes is a flick of […]

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eharmony Instagram competition – terms and conditions

The competition (the “Competition”) starts on 30 July 2020 at 4:00 PM BST and closes on 6 August 2020 at 4:00 PM BST (“Competition End Date”). Open to legal UK residents only who are at least 18 years old at the time of entry. This Competition is not open to employees, officers, directors of eHarmony […]

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Terms & Conditions: eharmony Instagram competition

The competition (the “Competition”) starts on June 23 2020 at 4pm BST and closes on June 30 2020 at 4pm BST (“Competition End Date”). Open to legal UK residents only who are at least 18 years old at the time of entry. This Competition is not open to employees, officers, directors of eharmony UK Ltd […]

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Video Date

12 great reasons to use Video Date from eharmony

We’re changing the rules of dating with our newest feature: Video Date. Now eharmony is giving you the power to dictate how you choose to date. Here are some reason why virtual dating could be a great option for you. 1 You get to know your potential partner better How can you get to know […]

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Happiness Index

Still no sex, please. British are bottom of relationship intimacy league

eharmony’s Happiness Index survey exploring how happy people around the world are in their relationships, suggest Brits are having less sex than Americans and Aussies, and we still shy away from discussing it We are living in an increasingly liberal society with swipe apps and a relatively charged culture of dating, which barely existed a […]

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ebabies

Future of Dating: the rise of ‘ebabies’ and digital families

A new report by eharmony and Imperial College Business School explores the growing influence of online dating on creating new families When people think of online dating they may well visualise millennials on swipe apps and a pervasive culture of casual relationships. It’s an industry that rarely gets flattering press. But, while there will always […]

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natural born leaders

Are ‘natural born leaders’ more likely to cheat on their partners?

Power can be an aphrodisiac. But is there evidence to suggest those in leadership roles are more wired to cheat? Rachael Lloyd investigates. Unless you’re been sleepwalking in the heat you can’t have failed to notice that Britain has a new prime minister. Whether you consider him the answer to a fractured nation’s prayers or […]

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say I love you

When’s the right time to say ‘I love you’?

One of the scariest things about a new relationship can be figuring out when and where to say those three magic words. When is the right time to drop the ‘L Bomb’? Despite stereotypes about the British being reserved, it seems we’re relatively forthcoming when it comes to declarations of love. In fact, though most Brits […]

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