Love Decoded – eharmony’s new Facebook Live webcast!

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Love Decoded

Need help finding love? Stuck in a relationship rut? Ask the experts live with eharmony’s new weekly Facebook Live webcast, Love Decoded

Are you struggling to navigate the dating scene? Have you given up on love? Would you like advice from the experts? Then eharmony’s brand new webcast is for you.

Love Decoded will air live every Tuesday from 12.30pm on eharmony’s Facebook and YouTube channels. It’s aim is to use psychology and science to unravel our ideas of romance and guide singles through the complicated world of modern dating.

The show will be presented, on alternate weeks, by psychotherapist Lucy Beresford and psychologist Jacqui Marson, alongside eharmony’s in-house relationship expert Rachael Lloyd. They will be joined each week by special guests bringing their own knowledge and experience to the table.

The team will be tackling a burning question every week, covering everything from break-ups and conflict resolution to navigating digital dating and the importance of compatibility.

And we want to hear from you! Questions and comments from viewers will be taken throughout the show and the audience can get in touch with the team between shows by sending us a message on Facebook or Twitter using the handle @eharmonyUK.

Meet the experts

Lucy Beresford is best-known as the host of LBC Radio’s Sex & Relationships phone-in-show but she is also a writer, broadcaster, psychotherapist and award-winning campaigner. She’s also on the faculty of The School of Life and is a regular ‘Agony Aunt’ on ITV’s This Morning. Her books have been published and translated across four continents.

Alongside her, Jacqui Marson is a Chartered Psychologist, author, broadcaster and trainer. Her best-selling book, The Curse of Lovely: How to break free from the demands of others and learn to say No is published in 14 languages. A former award-winning television war reporter, she now runs workshops around the world on relationships, empowerment and communication skills.

Want to get your question answered? Get in touch now via Facebook or Twitter @eharmonyUK


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