No one wants to be standing on the dance floor at midnight on New Year's Eve alone and watch everyone else welcome the New Year with the traditional kiss
No one wants to be standing on the dance floor at midnight on New Year's Eve alone and watch everyone else welcome the New Year with the traditional kiss. There are dozens of dating websites in Nebraska and relationship expert Jennifer Styers says every one is very busy this time of year.
Jennifer Styers, relationship expert; "Valentines Day."
Styers says the likely reason is singles just finished up the holidays with their families and had to answer the awkward questions regarding marriage and dating. She says the top of many people's resolution list this year is to find a partner and on-line dating is like a candy store of potential partners. She says those that are not interested in that long term relationship do use on-line websites to find a date on New Year's Eve.
There are dozens of dating websites in Nebraska and relationship expert Jennifer Styers says nearly every one of them sees a jump in business over the holidays. She says the biggest days for online dating are between Christmas and New Years.
Styers; "they think anyway."
Styers says most are looking for that long term partner and that tops the list of many people's New Year resolutions. Match.com reports four-million connections will be made between Christmas and New Year's Day and a half million instant messenger conversations take place.
Dating websites experience a 50-percent increase in sign ups and website traffic between Christmas and New Year's Day. Jennifer Styers is a relationship expert and says this usually stems from awkward questions from family members during the holidays regarding marriage and significant others. She says if you are looking for love and decide to join the on-line search you do need to be 100% honest.
Styers; "the right direction."
There are dozens of dating websites in Nebraska alone and Styers wouldn't be surprised if they see a 50-percent spike in use between the two holidays.
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(courtesy of Nebraska Radio Network)