Finding the "fit" and great chemistry on all or many levels is down right tough today...Let alone in your older years when you know what you want, what you will tolerate and definitely do not want in your partner!I like being able to do whatever I want and be spontaneous when things suddenly crop up. "In autumn, the long nights drinking cocktails stop and I get this really romantic idea of hot chocolate and fireworks with a man."I make an effort to find a boyfriend for cosy nights in, whereas in the summer I just don’t care.She says: "Every autumn, I start looking for a new boyfriend.No one wants to be on their own during winter – it’s depressing.Come spring, though, the romance will be dead in the water – just in time for a summer of single fun.
These sufferers of Seasonal Dating Disorder (SDD) do not dream of long-term love – they just want someone to cuddle up to now the cold nights are starting to draw in.
"I’m quite honest with potential boyfriends and always say I’m looking for something relatively serious for winter but not so much for summer.
"I split up with my ex in March because I enjoy having the summer free to do whatever I want.
The 25-year-old, from Northampton, searches for a boyfriend every autumn, only to ditch them in the spring for fun with the girls.
She says: "I love the summer and it just wouldn’t be the same if I wasn’t single.