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‘Snow-globing is the awful new-holiday-dating trend

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“Snow globing” is the latest dating trend to look out for this winter, and it will happen when the magic of Christmas that makes a relationship seem more serious than it actually is.

We’ve all heard of “cuffing season, you are going to find something to cuddle with over the winter months, only to dump it when they are in the summer, and in your social life back again. In contrast, the “snow globing” is a reference to a shorter period of time, covering the Christmas and New Year’s.

You better watch out you better not cry, when you realize that you are a victim of the “snow globing” the last of the terrible dating trend to hit the headlines for this Christmas season.
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It usually happens when you meet someone, just in time for the festive season and that your data tends to have a cosy christmas market and ice-skating. This is not, of course, the work Christmas party and New Year’s celebrations are being planned.

Plus, if they end up getting you a gift, it might be the end of it sending the wrong signals, or just a fling.

During the early stages of a relationship, the magic of Christmas, it can trick people into thinking the end of the book, it is a lot more serious than it actually is.
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The magic of Christmas in the early stages of a relationship, people are tempted to think that it’s a lot more serious than it actually is.

And if anyone is going to go back to work and life resumes, all of a sudden, the relationship that seemed to be on his way to something serious and suddenly it disappears.

It appears that you have the “snow-globed,” according to Cosmopolitan magazine.

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Couples therapist Gary Brown told Cosmo why do people do it, and how to spot the signs: “It may be that she just doesn’t want to be alone, or they don’t want to be seen as single during the holidays.”

“The feeling of being embarrassed about not being in a relationship can be so painful that people have to make romantic gestures, as a kind of ‘short fix’, so that they don’t have to feel the pain of loneliness,” he said.

“The feeling of being embarrassed about not being in a relationship can be so painful that people have to make romantic gestures, as a kind of ‘short fix’, so that they don’t have to feel the pain of loneliness,” a relationship expert to comment on the trend.
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And if you’re not sure whether or not your date was just “pretending” with you, Brown had a few words of advice on how to spot a real relationship with you.

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“If you have to show that they are talking about you to their friends, family and co-workers, then it may be a sign that they’re interested in,” he stated.

This story was originally published in The Sun. Read more content out of The Sun.

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