In the age of Digital Nomads and Social Entrepreneurs, there is a new priority for job seekers: a meaningful vocation that has an underlying purpose in the ever-so connected world…Read More
How and why to partake in the cold season's most prominent dating trend...Read More
Dating is difficult and isolating — especially in the current climate of swiping apps and digital disconnect. But what about for singles with diabetes? What additional challenges do they face...Read More
Professional Matchmaker, Alyssa Bunn, connects with leading industry experts for a dive deep into the male-mind...Read More
Alyssa Bunn outlines the biological changes that occur in each stage of a relationship, from the first date to "being in love"...Read More
We asked our matchmakers: should we advise singletons to "adjust" their standards in the search for love...Read More
Last week, developer Stuart Colianni uploaded a data set representing tens of thousands of 'scraped' Tinder profile photos to the machine learning and data science platform Kaggle, which Google recently snapped up...Read More
Everyone knows picking the “right” venue is crucial on a first date. But when you plan a date might be just as important...Read More
It is a truism that politics makes for strange bedfellows, but there is evidence that it also makes for normal bedfellows...Read More
Utilize the holiday season to truly mine your heart for your top three priorities and deal breakers. This forces clarity and simplicity...Read More
Lauren Korshak and her colleague, Jon Glancy, are the founders of a progressive retreat designed to confront the challenges the modern man faces. I sat down with Lauren to get the inside story on her brainchild called, Reconnect...Read More
The lingering moment at the goodbye is always a good time, so don't rush through that part and miss your window. Say goodbye, you had a great time, reach for the hand and if she isn't rushing away...Read More
While there are all kinds of variations within partners, mixed-attractiveness couples do go somewhat against the grain. We're often cautioned that real beauty is found within, but good looks are among the more highly rated characteristics in what people say they want in a romantic partner. And in general, couples tend to be more similar in many respects...Read More
Melody Kiersz, NYC Tawkify Matchmaker and Founder at Naked Wellness, circulated Mate-Seeking: The Science of Finding Your Best Partner out to the team last month on a hunch we would find it intriguing. There's is a lot of "meat" to both Sean Braswel's NPR story and Jeb Kinnison's analysis of it that we thought the greater populace might benefit from...Read More
They found that women generally felt more connected if a man took active interest in their conversation, by focusing on her and chiming in to ask questions about what she was saying – interrupting, but in a good way. Women also liked it when men laughed right after they did, and when they said complimentary things. Men, on the other hand...Read More
Wouldn't it be so romantic to tame the untamable man? Wouldn't it be glamorous to sail away with the rogue your father hates?Read More
We have been performing the cat and mouse act with potential mates for centuries. While many argue the art of being enigmatic and demur is attractive--do we really know that is true?
Stanford PhD Jayson Jia, and his associates, embarked on a scientific expedition to determine whether this widely accepted dating practice was actually bona fide...Read More
E. Jean Carroll occasionally drops a line to the team with a little inspiration or interesting tidbit of research. Aren't we a lucky bunch?! Her last token to us was a collection of the latest research on all things amour. Enjoy...Read More
Last week, I sat down with Julia Armet - Tawkify's magnetic Director of Operations. She was one of our first matchmakers upon the company's founding. She is fun, sharp, and a wiz at her job!
Heartalytics readers, meet Jules...Read More
Science says lasting relationships come down to 2 basic traits...
Business Insider recently published an article based on the findings of Psychologist John Gottman's 40-year study of relationships and marriage. Interestingly, this topic of study wasn't widely examined until the 1970s when the rate of divorce suddenly spiked to unprecedented levels. Gottman was one of the early researchers in the field -- culminating over four decades of research, experimentation and analysis. And if you asked him, Gottman would tell you that healthy relationships boil down to two essential traits...Read More