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Dating Breaks: Organised Breaks With Other Singles

By: Anna Martin - Updated: 27 Jul 2015 | comments*Discuss
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Dating options have never been as varied as they are today. Single men and women can now join dating clubs and events, and enjoy a variety of fun activities that detract from the pressure of dating and finding a suitable partner. Meeting new people, whilst exploring a challenging experience takes organised dating to another level, and also provides the individual with a positive, happy memory.

Sharing an Experience

Although online and speed dating are both effective ways of meeting men and women, singles can now also enjoy organised activity breaks in the company of other individuals who are looking for love and companionship. Sharing a physical experience like caving, mountain biking or white water rafting, on a dating break, will not only get the adrenaline rushing through the body, but will also ensure your heart beats a little faster.

Specialist event companies can now offer multi-activity adventures or more relaxed options like a golfing dating break. These organised breaks ensure that the people you meet share your interest in the particular sport or activity you have booked. Knowing that you already have some interests in common, with your potential dates, will allow you to feel much more relaxed in the company of new people.

Variety is the Spice of Life

Whatever your interests are there is a perfect dating break option available for you. Whether you are a fun-loving party go-er or a more reserved sports fan, getting away from it all and enjoying the company of like-minded people in informal settings will enable you to relax and unwind whilst sharing experiences.

Although dating may seem a daunting prospect for anyone – particularly for individuals who now find themselves single after a the break-up of a long-term relationship – being able to focus on the activity aspect of an organised break will take the pressure off feeling like you have to date. Enjoying new experiences, whilst meeting new people, will enable you to adopt a more carefree attitude and form friendships. Potentially finding romance is a bonus.

Is a Dating Break Worth Exploring?

If you are single, too busy working, out of practice when it comes to getting to know new people or simply tired of meeting men and women you have nothing in common with, a dating break offers you an opportunity to explore the things you love to do with others who like to do the same as you. Being in the company of strangers, on an organised break, becomes an easy thing to do as your initial focus will be on the shared activity.

Young at Heart

Dating breaks are not just for busy professionals or men and women who are looking for a new partner after the break-up of a long-term relationship. Love knows no age boundaries, so forming friendships and finding love is an option for people over 60 too. Being confident in the company of like-minded people opens up many opportunities to explore interests and friendships, no matter an individual’s age. Whilst the level of activity may be a little more sedate the choice is just as varied, with painting, cooking, arts and crafts and many other hobbies on offer.

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Hi I'd like to know more about organised singles breaks I'm male 27 years old, and have just got out of a long relationship, I'm looking to go somewhere in Octobers how do I find a trip or event hapening in October 2015?
Newlysolo - 27-Jul-15 @ 6:56 PM
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