With the stigma of pre-marital sex waning, singles more openly engage in sex.
There are more singles in the younger demographic, so it stands to reason that seasonal mating, as I’ll refer to it, may appear more prevalent.
Tristan Coopersmith wrote a fantastic article for She called “How to Survive All 7 Stages of a Brutal Breakup.” It’s a great place to start.
Plus-size women are more likely to attract male attention in cold weather months, possibly courting springtime heartbreak, according to a new survey by a leading plus-size dating app which blames recently-acknowledged “Seasonal Dating Disorder.” Woo Plus noted a 30-percent surge in male subscribers in November, leading executives to survey their female clients about winter dating.
(Business Insider.com) — One study shows that physical coldness increases the need for psychological warmth, yielding the need for romance and sex.
(Medical Daily.com) — North America’s most popular birth months are historically August and September with February being the least popular. (Life Science.com) What could ruin the seasonal theory is that Australia has similar birthing stats.
lists 14 symptoms of Seasonal Dating Disorder that can help you determine if you have SDD.
The main indicator is the feeling of needing a partner during cold months but then feeling trapped in the relationship come springtime and heading for the hills every year for three years or more. I checked Merriam-Webster dictionary and it defines a disorder as “an abnormal physical or mental condition.” So, what if chronic seasonal mating isn’t abnormal but is merely biological?
Women and men are, after all, waiting longer and longer to get married– if at all.Nothing is more frustrating than the feeling of getting ripped off.” LAST CHANCE TO SHOP THE HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE This may not be a new phenomenon but the patterns are recently coming to light in both female and male-centric media thanks to the behavior and feedback that technology enables us to analyze.“The good news is that thanks to coverage on sites like MSN, Askmen.com, the Independent and the Guardian, SDD is becoming better known,” Li said.I’m married but couldn’t help but wonder what this is all about…
Woo Plus (a dating app for plus-size women) noticed a 30% surge in male subscribers during November.The Independent’s article on SDD focused on it affecting millennials, both male and female claiming to have symptoms.