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Partner

A significant number of Irish singles still see marriage as the ideal long-term relationship, but many others are intent on finding a partner rather than a husband or wife. Today, society no longer sees the formality of a marriage licence as essential to setting the seal on a long-term commitment between two people.

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How to tell if the man you’re dating is not interested in you
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How to tell if the man you’re dating is not interested in you

Dating would be much simpler if people always said what they meant in an open and honest way. Of course, in reality, people often hold back the truth for various reasons.  > to the article

Getting back to dating after a long-term relationship
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Getting back to dating after a long-term relationship

After the break-up of a long relationship, it can be almost frightening to be single again: you’ve relied for so long on another person to meet certain emotional, practical and financial needs. However, one of the most liberating things about being single is the empowerment it brings...  > to the article

Free dating
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Free dating

When you’re just starting to date someone new, it’s generally an exciting time. With this excitement, you can often get a bit of nervousness. You may be asking yourself questions like “will this work?” or trying to decide whether or not you’re really interested in this new person.  > to the article

Sometimes waiting leads to success.
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Love on hold

If it doesn’t work out as planned and despite feeling a sparkle and butterflies in your stomach, you need to put some distance due to professional reasons, being open is very important.  > to the article

Sometimes waiting leads to success.
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Love on hold

If it doesn’t work out as planned and despite feeling a sparkle and butterflies in your stomach, you need to put some distance due to professional reasons, being open is very important.  > to the article

Would you swap your real love life for an interactive video game?
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Would you swap your real love life for an interactive video game?

With no time for real boyfriends, it has emerged recently that young Japanese women are swapping romance novels for their video game equivalent, living out fantasy scenarios using their computers and smartphones.  > to the article

Your route to a partner

Rather than marriage as husband and wife, many couples now choose a stable committed relationship as partner and partner, In 2008, Parship’s international Singles Survey revealed that, compared to other single people around Western Europe, singles in Ireland remain especially enthusiastic about the idea of marriage. On Parship, the essential is that members are hoping for a long-term relationship with a person who is deeply compatible with them. Once you have found someone special, it is for the two of you to decide whether you eventually want to get married, or whether you are happy to remain as partners. In the first instance, you will be happy to know that Parship records a success rate of almost 40%. In other words, almost 40% of Premium Members report that they have found a relationship – and hopefully a long-term partner – with Parship’s help.

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