Exit the “avalanching” trend, make way for the “quality date”

Exit the “avalanching” trend, make way for the “quality date”

Do you have the habit of going on “dates” after another, agreeing to meet all the people with whom you have “matched” even if it means neglecting your criteria? It’s time to put an end to this avalanche trend and adopt another, more interesting one: the “quality date”. Explanations.

Do you practice avalanche? If so, then you are single and nervous about being alone, especially on Valentine’s Day. And to counter this, you have had a series of meetings in order to find the ideal man or woman, sometimes neglecting certain of your criteria, which are nevertheless essential.

Do everything you can to not be alone on Valentine’s Day

For Sylvia Linzalone, a dating expert interviewed by Indy100, this avalanche-induced rush is not a viable and healthy response to being single at the start of the year.

There’s an added risk of feeling disappointed if the extra effort people put into finding a Valentine’s Day date doesn’t pay off“. On the contrary, she invites singles not to waste too much time on dating sites and to favor face-to-face meetings.

Take the time to meet: opt for the “quality date”!

According to Even, a new dating application for single parents, launched last year, it is better to focus on quality meetings or “quality dates”, therefore, to get out of being single.

The dating site, which wants to help single parents find love, advises opting for “qualitative meetings, those where the person opposite corresponds to our search criteria, in order to optimize one’s time and to juggle perfectly between personal and family life”.

Moreover, with this in mind, Even offers a new functionality, called “care mode” which allows parents to indicate the care mode for their child(ren) (alternate or exclusive) and to be completely transparent.

In the same way, to avoid having a childcare problem at the last minute, it is advisable to opt for a lunchdate and meet your date at noon, as part of a more relaxed and less stressful lunch. formal than a candlelit dinner.