Let’s face it—winter isn’t a fun time to be single. For one, the season is filled with holidays that prioritize gift-giving (i.e. Christmas, Valentine’s Day, etc.). And you can’t expect your friends to fill in the gaps. Second, you spend those blustery nights cuddled up with Netflix and a fleece blanket—instead of a person. Lastly, you’re less likely to go out because it’s so damn cold. It’s no fun to go to a bar or club when it’s -10 degrees outside. -10 could also describe your odds of meeting someone new. So, is winter love really a thing? Is this frigid season a good time to get into a relationship? Or will you have to wait until the flowers bloom?
Winter Love: Is This The Best Time to Start a Relationship?
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