Lonely hearts might want to consider dating an Austrian, as almost a third are single, according to a survey which polling institute carried out on behalf of the online dating agency
Around 29% of 1,540 respondents between the ages of 18 and 69 had no partner.
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So really it’s no surprise to learn of the recent findings of a study on couples’ reactions during arguments.
The study showed that women tend to react more emotionally than men, while men tend to withdraw from relationship strife.
Conducted by the online dating agency Parship, it was found that 41% of those asked, when they argue with their partner, can easily let their emotions run away with them. The survey also shows that, among people who react emotionally in the event of conflict, the nature of the emotional outburst differs widely: 40% rapidly take offence and stop speaking to their partner; around a third give vent to their anger and labour their point until their partner gives in, and around one in five withdraw from the argument, leaving the room or the house.
Nearly half of the single women polled had been alone for more than three years, whereas for single men this was only 27 percent.
Nearly two-thirds of singles said they longed to be in a committed relationship, and 19 percent (most of them men) said they were more interested in a one night stand or an affair.
“Younger and older singles are more likely to be actively seeking a partner, as they are less busy raising children or working,” said Parship psychologist Caroline Erb.
She encouraged lonely singles not to rely on fate but to actively look for a partner to increase their chances of finding Mr or Mrs Right.
Erb added that women tend to be less miserable being single than men as they usually have stronger relationships with family or friends.
Many men have been there, when you find yourself in a confrontation with your other half and the idea of getting away – even if it means the world swallowing you up – seems far more appealing than sticking it out and sorting it out together.