Thursday, 4 September 2014

Get your pulse racing.... in more ways than one!

At RSVP Singles Club and Dating Agency, we offer a plethora of singles events and new experiences. Alongside the many relaxing singles dinners, mix and mingles and singles walks, our event consultants make a point of including RSVP Exclusives every month that might shake up your routine and get your pulse racing. In the past, we have had our members plunging down rapids with white-water rafting, exploring the backstage of some of our capital’s most famous theatres and taking to the skies with a helicopter lesson. We run these events to give our members a chance to meet each other in various informal settings where there isn’t as much pressure as meeting one-to-one. But why do we throw in the slightly more unusual events? Why do we not just stick to dinners and drinks, like most other singles clubs?

According to the website Succeed Socially, one of the best ways to meet people is to put yourself “somewhere where the situation breaks the ice for people and naturally gives them reasons to talk to each other.”
This is easier said than done normally, but this is where RSVP singles events come in. By providing a variety of interesting activities, including tours of art galleries, sailing and archery lessons, it allows you to partake in something new and entertaining, whilst not just breaking but shattering the ice! You can’t really avoid the possibility of small talk but when you are busy trying something new, then it also generates a positive conversation topic that both people can equally contribute to - and a shared experience to create an instant bond.
On top of this, The Wall Street Journal has reported on research that sharing a hobby with your partner is a good way to improve your marriage. This might seem obvious, that spending time with your partner might help your relationship flourish, but it is a simple yet effective thing to do. There are also scientifically positive effects that result from trying new things, as Wall Street Journal columnist Elizabeth Bernstein notes:
“New experiences also can activate the brain's reward system, flooding it with powerful neurochemicals related to pleasure and bonding—the same circuits triggered when a person first falls in love.”
So, joining RSVP Singles Club can get you meeting new people in challenging and intriguing environments. Plus, there's the added bonus that doing more things just makes you more interesting, especially to the opposite sex.

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