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#Video – The Cuffing Season: dating during winter

Last Update : September 14, 2017

It is commonly said that love comes when people less expected it, but winter undoubtedly is a really great season to meet someone special with whom to initiate a long-term romance.

Singles seek to find a partner during the cold season

The summer heat may boost desire, but coldness make people to get emotionally closer and make Canadian singles more approachable.

We conducted a research about current love habits during The Cuffing Season -dating period that goes from autumn until the end of winter- and found that plenty of singles believe they can find love during this time of the year.

As the animated video shows, a stunning 73% of singles believe that The Cuffing Season is real.

Evidence shows that men have higher expectations than women when it comes to finding a new partner during the winter time.

Currently, one in every three men aims to find a potential match in comparison to one in every four women.

There are less break-ups during The Cuffing Season

People who already are in a relationship stay an item, at least until the weather gets warmer.

Being alone during the winter season is not such a great option, this is why around 16% of couples prefer to wait until spring to part ways.

One of the main reasons why there are less break-ups during The Cuffing Season is because it is the time of the year when couples develop stronger emotional connections.

Couples get more physical as well! Studies show that more babies are conceived during winter and men tend to ask more about getting intimate because of the cold weather!

All in all, it seems that The Cuffing Season is a great excuse to find a new partner in a dating site, or take the most of your relationship if you already have a partner!