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The tale of Berlin’s singles is not one of isolation and lack of fulfilment - social interaction and sex are there for the taking.Rather, it is about choosing not to compromise – not to miss out on what the city offers.“It's all about finding structures and new ways to break those barriers.” One of the things you might be doing wrong is simply not talking to the people you'd like to get to know.“Most singles say, I'm single because I'm too shy and waiting for the other side to make the first move,” Hegmann said. They'll be grateful and honour the fact that you took a risk.” In the study, 36 percent of German men said that shyness had had a role in keeping them single – much higher than the EU average of 27 percent. Don't worry about technology stealing your love away “Dating is getting a bit different now because we are online 24/7,” Hegmann said.A 2008 survey of European singles for dating website Parship found that Germans tended to be the most experienced with serious relationships, uninterested in marriage and pessimistic about finding a new partner soon. If what you're doing isn't working, change it!“If you're looking for love for three or four years, or you never had a relationship lasting longer than six months, then probably you're doing something – maybe not wrong, but maybe not right for you,” Hegmann says.For people new to the city, dating sites are often the first places they look to find a date.
Tinder, which links to users’ Facebook profiles and features a game-like interface, has become the acceptable face of online dating.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.