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About Lori: Lori is a relationship expert and matchmaker who has volunteered as a senior matchmaker for She makes herself available day and night to field questions and share advice on anything and everything, spanning from texting etiquette to proposal planning, and everything in between.
Lori has been consulted by and featured in the NY Post, The New York Times Magazine, Martha Stewart Weddings, Glamour, MSN, Bustle, Women’s Health, Philly.com, Brides, Huffington Post, Ask Men and more (
Physical chemistry is an incredibly important part of a relationship, and couples who feel this strongly have a much greater drive to work through the problems a relationship hits than those who don’t.
Often it happens immediately – you meet someone and you feel you’re both buzzing.
Not at all, the conversation may go down like a lead balloon.
This is why we urge eharmony members to look at more than just a match’s photos when making a decision about whether to communicate.
The big question we often get asked is about how long you should you wait to feel it.
As we said above, chemistry can take time, and dismissing a perfectly nice person off the back of a couple of hours you spent together could be a mistake. Imagine you spot someone across the room at a party and find yourself thinking ‘wow, they’re attractive!
However, if by the second or third date you can’t see yourself holding your date’s hand, or kissing them, then you should probably reassess the situation. ’ Does that mean that when you walk over to talk to them you’ll instantly hit it off?
When you get to a point in which you know you have given it enough time, and no matter how much more time you could spend, nothing else will develop, you are definitely done.
When things are not growing or developing, then it is time to end things. Lori loves introducing couples and supporting, guiding and counseling them as a dating coach.
Lori has also consulted for Fortune 500 companies on Human Resources issues and has served as Scholar in Residence in Synagogues and Universities nationwide.