Using the Easter Holiday to Find Love

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Easter isn't a holiday that comes to mind when it comes to romantic love. But http://www.how-to-get-men.com explains how to find love during the Easter holiday.

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This is something I tell single people all the time if they are having trouble finding love, try a completely different circle from the one they're used to.

This year, the Easter holiday falls on March 31. On that Sunday many people will be gathering in churches to celebrate Christ being raised from the dead. Could this be an opportunity to meet the love of your life? And would this be considered sacrilege? Daniel Johnson, a spokesperson for the website http://www.how-to-get-men.com had some things to say on the issue.

“So how would you take advantage of Easter in order to find the right man? I would suggest by going to an Easter service, where people are welcomed to gather and meet in churches. Meeting the love of your life in a place of worship is a great idea that many single women haven’t actively considered or done right when it comes to getting a boyfriend. You’d be surprised at how many single people are in a church for various reasons; strict upbringings, lack of a social life, being devoted to it, wanting to meet their wife in a church, or maybe because it’s a completely different social network from the one people travel in. This is something I tell single people all the time if they are having trouble finding love, try a completely different circle from the one they're used to.”

Daniel went on to explain why he believes it’s a good idea. “First of all, you already have religion and a core belief system in common, so you’re already over a major hurdle that can occur in relationships. Secondly, a church is a great place to develop a strong community of support and mutual friends for your relationship. Do nicer guys go to church? Or do the men there have better intentions in relationships? I can’t say for sure, but I do know that their belief system encourages monogamous, faithful, and lasting relationships. So that has to say something right?”

Where some would consider it sacrilege to be using the time to be looking for love instead of celebrating Easter and its true meaning, Daniel replied with, “There are many religions that encourage their believers to marry people of the same faith. The Christian and Catholic faith are among them. So I don’t see a problem with an attitude of wanting to find your match through a church. Isn’t that what they want? Isn’t that what they have been encouraging? Back in the old days, the church was the foremost way people met their spouses. In many different religions, people were matched through the church or place of worship, they didn’t have internet dating. The church was the local meeting place; it was the Facebook equivalent when it came to networking along with being a place of worship. People being matched through a place of worship is a tale as old as time, whether people nowadays are aware of it or like it.”

Daniel then concluded with some final thoughts, “When it comes to how to meet someone through Easter successfully, follow these tips;

•Make sure you stick around after the service and talk to people. Many people will just leave right away because they feel awkward in a new setting, and as a result they never network with other people or get a chance to meet.
•Be friendly and sociable, going from a first time visit to forming a romantic connection with someone may take some time. Get involved in the groups and activities the church has to offer and build it from there.
•Other people there can be busy with the service or feel just as shy as you, so don’t feel awkward. Keeping eye contact and a great smile with people is the most inviting way for a conversation to start.”

http://www.how-to-get-men.com is a website that helps women understand men better, with insights on typical male issues, as well as common problems that come up in relationships with them.

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