Beyond the Roses: Jared Sais Partners with to Analyze the Non-Verbal Cues on 'The Bachelor' Season 17

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Expert Examines Body Language and Unspoken Communication After Each Episode of the Hit TV Show to Shed Light on the Journey to Find Love

By analyzing the body language of Sean and the contestants, I hope to bring a different spin to 'The Bachelor' and help people understand the role that non-verbal communication plays in their own love lives.

Beginning this month, the relationship website will partner with Jared Sais, a top non-verbal communication expert who was trained by the professors who inspired Fox’s hit television crime drama 'Lie to Me,' to discuss the women’s behavior – both the good and the bad – on 'The Bachelor' Season 17, starring Dallas insurance salesman, Sean Lowe. The new season, hosted by Chris Harrison, premiered on January 7, 2013 on ABC.

“I’m excited to work with Cupid’s Pulse and contribute to the site as this season’s columnist for 'The Bachelor.' It’s the perfect platform to share my experience,” said Jared Sais. “By analyzing the body language of Sean and the contestants, I hope to bring a different spin to the show and help people understand the role that non-verbal communication plays in their own love lives.”

As a non-verbal communication expert, Sais teaches classes on the secrets of reading people and helps his students learn how to properly understand unspoken signals. This season, after each episode of 'The Bachelor,' Sais will evaluate the contestants and explain their interactions with Lowe in a review column that will appear every Tuesday on

“We’re looking forward to collaborating with Jared – it’s such a natural partnership for us,” said Lori Bizzoco, Executive Editor and Founder of “He is so passionate about what he does and has a very fun, engaging way of helping singles find love and become better partners. His expertise will give Cupid’s Pulse a fresh, new approach to our weekly column about 'The Bachelor.'”

On this season of the show, twenty-six women will compete for the love of Lowe, who was the third runner-up of 'The Bachelorette' Season 8 with Emily Maynard. Lowe, who fell in love with Maynard and truly believes that the show’s process for finding romance can work, is hopeful that his second experience on reality television will lead to a lasting partnership. As a non-verbal communication expert, Sais is in a unique position to analyze and critique the contestants’ actions as they compete to win Lowe’s heart.

“Knowing how to read body language and micro-expressions of potential partners makes a huge difference in the search for your soul mate,” Sais added. “You would be surprised at how your choices for finding a partner can improve with some basic knowledge and the ability to identify non-verbal cues of flirting and chemistry.”

Previous contributors to 'The Bachelor' column on have included 'Bachelor Pad' Season 2 winners, David Good and Natalie Getz, and Ann and Jesse Csincsak, who appeared on 'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette' respectively.

'The Bachelor' airs on Mondays at 8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CST on ABC. Sais’ column will be posted every Tuesday on

About Jared Sais

A native New Yorker, Jared Sais is a recognized expert in the field of non-verbal communication. He has over a decade of integral involvement with nearly every facet of the city's prestigious government, humanities and business scene, including affiliations with the New York State Legislature, American Museum of Natural History, 92nd Street YM-YWHA, Halstead Real Estate, New York Midtown International Theater Festival and many more. Sais remains one of the only people in the world with an advanced level of ability, degree and experience in the field. He scored in the top percentile on the Micro Expression Training Tool (METT) test that Dr. Paul Ekman, an American psychologist who studies facial expressions and emotions, developed himself. The METT is administered to those whose work requires them to evaluate truthfulness and detect deception - such as police and security personnel, and those in sales, education, and medical professions.

About is a first-of-its-kind relationship site that takes the latest celebrity news and repackages it to help singles and couples navigate their love lives. What sets apart from traditional gossip sites is its use of entertainment news as a catalyst to spark conversation about relationship topics such as marriage, divorce, pregnancy and being single, while offering advice to those who may be in a similar situation as their favorite celebrity.

In addition to celebrity news, features romantic movie and book reviews, author Q&A and date ideas, and gathers research and opinions from well-known psychologists, dating coaches and relationship experts who have their fingers on the pulse of love in today's culture.

For more information on, Jared Sais or to schedule an interview, please contact Whitney Johnson at 770.856.9199.


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