It felt almost as though each person played their role in the perfect relationship, but could easily repeat it the following week with somebody else.
Love is found, and dismissed, very casually and almost according to the preferences of the particular day.I could hardly find anyone who wasn't in a relationship and who wasn't engaged in some serious PDA all over the place, complete with holding hands, wearing matching clothes, constantly uploading a super-couple-y profile picture on Facebook and so on.Yet we're a pretty single nation: more adults are unmarried than married, in fact. Your heart is looking forward to a new exciting relationship and you think of getting married a man or woman who belong to any part of world ...My friends were so surprised that at 24 years old I had never had a real Valentine’s Day, but I am pretty sure I am not alone (please LEAVE COMMENTS below if this year was also your first V-Day! Last Valentine’s Day, my friend told me not to be sad that I didn’t have anyone to celebrate with – when the time is right, it will exceed all your expectations. So let’s go back to talking about the big V-Day date, and chatting about some points that I think are interesting to share.
Having “the talk” Before V-Day this year, my boyfriend and I had been dating for a couple of months, and we were right at the point of “defining the relationship.” We had a big, formal talk over dinner one night to discuss where we were in this relationship and where it should be going, and this talk basically determined if we would celebrate Valentine’s Day together.In America, guys get to be cool players who are allowed to switch between different pretty girl-toys who will simply obey their preferences.From my experience at an American university, I understand that dating in the U. is a lot more spontaneous and relies a lot less on checking every detail about the other person.Making a “date” commits you to doing something, such as going to a movie, going dancing or having dinner.In a college setting, you may be used to just “hanging out” with others.In Europe both are both.” So how does this actually apply to the way relationships differ from each other in two continents whose inhabitants once belonged to the same culture?