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We asked him about the most important things to look out for for expats dipping a toe into the German dating waters. Don't get hung up on cultural differences Your experience of dating is not going to be wildly different from one country to another — especially in Europe.“There isn't a huge difference among European countries, although the cliché is that northern countries are more pragmatic and the southern countries more romantic,” Hegmann said.Hegmann agrees that there's a stereotype that access to online dating makes people less likely to work through their problems or settle on any one person, but argues that it's false.“Most normal people will find that this is wrong after about five or six months.However, it shouldn't be the one and only day of the year when you make an effort.
On the other hand, he cited a recent study showing that 30 percent of women would like a present on the day.
“People who tend to seek another partner after six weeks instead of working things out with the person they just met, will do this in real life also.” 4.
Don't wait for Valentine's Day to do something special Although Valentine's Day is less widely observed in Germany than the US or UK, it's infiltrating the popular imagination, just as in other European countries.
“See it as a chance to spend the day with your spouse together and have a great time, a kind of holiday for your relationship. Don't expect your partner to be your whole world We're constantly assailed by images of supposedly perfect relationships – from celebrity couples frolicking on the beach in the tabloids, to soulmates bonding for life in books and movies.
“There's this fantasy about finding a partner for everything, for ever and ever,” Hegmann says.