With Valentine’s Day approaching, many single Vancouverites are asking themselves one key question: “To date or not to date on Valentine’s Day?”. Although many couples see Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to renew their romance, singles often dread the thought of spending Valentine’s Day stuck at home alone.
“Valentine’s Day can actually be a bit stressful for singles,” says Paddi Rice, President and founder of Executive Search Dating (Vancouver’s premier dating service for busy professionals) “as it can put undue pressure on you to hastily arrange a romantic dinner date even if you don’t’ have someone special in your life at the moment. But it doesn’t have to be that way, we like to think of Valentine’s Day as an opportunity to meet someone new without getting overly concerned about the ‘Hallmark Holiday’ aspect of February 14th. The key is to make the day a fun event, while also using it as an opportunity to send a positive message to someone who you are interested in.”
With a view towards helping Vancouver singles successfully navigate Valentine’s Day, Executive Search Dating presents the following Valentine’s Day “Dating Survival Guide”: Continue reading The Valentine’s Day “Dating Survivial Guide” For Vancouver Singles