Acting mopey and melancholy during the most cheerful time of the year is going to backfire on you more so than it would during the dreary, confused months between winter and spring.
Nobody likes Sometimes the best place to start with anything, even dating, is at the beginning.
There’s something magical about this time of year that makes life more cheery and outlooks more promising.
In fact, getting back in the game may even be easier than you think…
A while ago, I sent out an email asking for your single most pressing question about sex and dating.
Best practise: treat a blind date as a bit of fun and see how you get on although,if you can text, email or even speak before you meet then all the better.
Wait a minute, single people don’t just have to be set up by friends or have to go online to discover a compatible partner, what ever happened to seeing someone across a crowded room and falling head-over-heels in love?
Others think they "still got it" and boldly hit on anything that moves only to strike out. so Alex (founder of Sparkology, the invite-only dating site for young professionals) and Bella (founder of Never Liked It Anyway, the place to sell once-loved gifts from once-loved lovers) have assembled the five ways to go back from break-up to romance: Generally speaking, relationships are synonymous with routine. Go to new places, museums, bookstores, coffee shops while also reconnecting with single friends (who probably haven't seen you in months). but trying to fill the void with a replica of your past lover will only remind you of old times. For better or worse, people in relationships often let themselves slack. Take a pizza making class, attend a wine tasting, or go on a weekend yoga retreat...