My partner spent part of his childhood in a Communist State. International Women’s Day was a big thing for the women of his town. A welcome break from the complex lives these women managed with seeming ease. When his father called to ask what International Women’s Day treat he had planned for me this year, my partner told him “We don’t really celebrate that holiday in the UK, dad.”
What could possibly be more romantic than a snow date? Whilst severe weather conditions can cause plans to go array, a winter wonderland awaits once it’s safe to step outside.
Everything looks more beautiful in the snow. As a result, many of us recapture a sense of childhood wonder. We are at our most playful. This creates the perfect storm for creating magical memories and falling in love.
February 14th, 2018, was Jennifer Aniston’s first Valentine’s Day as a single woman for quite some time. Seven years before, she’d fallen in love with actor, Justin Theroux on a movie set. A modern love story followed. We’d all been rooting for Jennifer to find love. Brad Pitt’s deflection to Angelina Jolie had seemed so brutal, back in 2005. Years later, Brad told a journalist that, pre-Angelina, he felt ‘pathetic’ and that he ‘wasn’t leading an interesting life.’ He added: ‘I think that my marriage had something to do with it. Trying to pretend the marriage was something that it wasn’t.’
Whilst one in five adults between the ages of 25 – 34 have used online dating, new research by The Pew Research Center suggests that a third of all users will never get a date. As a result, many users find their faith in finding love fading. Despite thousands of online options, recent data – released by The Times – suggests that 95% of Millennials would prefer to meet someone offline, Why?