#DatingMyth or reality?

Finding a potential partner takes a lot of time and patience. Many daters tend to follow certain rules or recommendations by dating experts to make sure they succeed in their romantic pursue. However, do Kiwi people really take into consideration trends when it comes to dating and relationships? In our “Dating myth or reality?” chronicles we will analyze popular dating tendencies and romantic trends from men’s and women’s perspective. The objective is to find out about the current habits of daters in New Zealand and how, if so, they have changed over the years.

Dating myth or reality? – Divorced or widowed people tend to remarry

Giving love a second, a third or even a fourth chance it seems to be a tendency nowadays. Getting involved in a new relationship after a long and hard divorce or some time after becoming widow may not be the cup of tea for everyone. However, people have always been[…]

Dating myth or reality? – Women tend to date older men

Some men are like good wines, they get better with age. This is why many women, regardless their age, are more inclined to fall for or get attracted by older men.

Dating myth or reality? – Only men enjoy being single

Years ago, women had a lot of pressure from society about getting settled down when reaching certain age. Since they were little girls, they were told about the importance of finding Mr. Right when they grew up and getting involved in a life-time relationship. This dating tendency, in turn, was[…]

Dating myth or reality? – Single men and women want different things from a relationship

There is a popular saying that suggests that men are from Mars and women from Venus. Gender role differences have always existed in the dating area, but do really single men and women pursue different things in a relationship?

Dating myth or reality? – People don’t talk about politics on a first date

What is the best topic for a first date’ conversation? Causing a great impression on a first encounter is essential if you want to continue getting to know your date, and if chemistry appear, perhaps initiating a new love story. This is why many experts in dating and relationships suggest[…]

Dating myth or reality? – The time to recover from a break-up equals to the total time spent together

Time is running out, but not when it comes to the period after splitting-up with your long-time partner. There are different dating theories and even scientifically-proven studies out there that suggest that there is an actual timeframe to recover after ending a long-term relationship. On average, how long does it[…]

Dating myth or reality? – People are likely to get back with an ex

Ending a relationship with your long-time partner is one of the hardest decisions you could ever made. In fact, many people, afraid of loneliness, refuse to move on after a breakup and end up reconciling with their ex-partner. Getting back with an ex has always been such a normal thing[…]

Dating myth or reality? – Single parents prefer to date other single parents

Being a single parent and going back to the dating scene was a very hard step to take years ago. However, nowadays people with kids do not hesitate give love another chance. There are many dating websites aimed at unattached parents searching for initiating a new relationship. But, do single[…]

Dating myth or reality? – People wait from two to four days to call after a first date

This is the picture. You have had a fantastic first date: the food was delicious, the conversation was great, and there was chemistry with your date. It seems that you have mastered you first encounter, but now it comes another crucial moment. How long do you have to wait to[…]

Dating myth or reality? – Cooking dinner at home on the third date

Inviting your date over to your house for a romantic dinner for the first time is a big step. It is the perfect moment to impress your date with some of your delicious home-made recipes, but, at the same time, you will be also opening the doors to intimacy. Your[…]