Singles to Embrace Introductions This Festive Season
The festive season is approaching fast, and one exclusive introduction agency is urging those who find themselves without a partner to avoid the temptation to stay in this Christmas. The month of December can be a suffocating time for those without someone by their side, attending parties and gatherings alone and braving the Christmas shopping solo, but Bowes-Lyon Partnership is encouraging singles to embrace introductions to new people this year, and perhaps meet the love of their life over the festive season.
Hayley Bystram, Director of Bowes-Lyon Partnership, an elite dating agency for professionals and successful individuals, says, “We understand that Christmas is a tough time for many, especially those who don’t necessarily have someone to share it with. At Bowes-Lyon Partnership we are encouraging everyone who may be feeling lonely this festive season to put themselves out there and open themselves up to meeting new people, whether it is becoming a member of a discreet introduction agency like ours, or simply agreeing to that blind date with a friend of a friend.”
Statistics have shown that October is the prime month for single people signing up to introduction services in this fashion, so the chances of meeting someone like-minded and compatible rise significantly around this time of year. Nobody likes being alone at Christmas, and certainly nobody wants to be the token ‘single person’ at any festive parties, so the search for a soul mate heightens and widens the horizon for those looking for love.
Registering for one of these services or heading out on the dating scene now also means there is plenty of time to get to know someone and decide whether they are compatible before you start taking them to family parties and introducing them to loved ones. With around five weeks until advent calendars start the Christmas countdown, this offers plenty of time to go on a few dates and spend adequate time with someone, establishing whether you want to spend time with them over the festive season.
Even if these dates and introductions do not end with meeting someone suitable and compatible, the experiences can be looked upon as valuable, and most likely more enjoyable than turkey leftovers and eggnog for one! Efforts can be redoubled in the New Year, when the dating scene thrives, and perhaps next Christmas will be one where the scenario looks very different with regards to an individual’s personal life.