Are People Still Dating, Getting Engaged and Married During the Pandemic?
Finding love during the pandemic may be difficult but it is not impossible. The pandemic has given people plenty of time to really reflect on their life and reassess what is really important. It has also forced couples who were quarantined together to realize that they do want to marry their partner.
The loneliness of being quarantined for months and months has made many people realize that they do want someone they love to spend the rest of their life with. For people who may have not considered marriage or being in a long-term relationship, the pandemic may have swayed them to explore the possibility of being in a long-term relationship or a marriage. Many people are realizing that they do not want to grow old alone or face another pandemic alone.
Couples that come to the realization that they truly belong together are still engaged during the pandemic. When it comes to setting the wedding date, some engaged couples may opt to set a wedding date further out than they normally would have. The reason for this is that social distancing the restriction of large events makes it difficult to have a wedding with all of your friends and family present. Some couples are also delaying their wedding date altogether to be after the pandemic is either over or is a bit more controlled.
Remember that Love is Still Alive
For those that are single during the pandemic, finding love may be one of the most important things on their to-do list. If you are single and looking; remember that love is still alive. It may just be a little more difficult to navigate through. While some people have put dating on the backburner due to the pandemic, others are continuing on their quest to find the love of their life. The human need for love remains high, especially during a pandemic when loneliness is quite common.
If you are looking for love during the pandemic, keep in mind that it may be easier to find and date someone locally versus someone who lives in another state. Travel restrictions and the fear of contracting the COVID-19 virus during travel can make a long-distance relationship a bit more difficult right now. Zoom is also a great way to date virtually until you are more comfortable meeting in person.
Don’t Forget to Protect Your Assets if You Are Getting Engaged or Married
If you are getting engaged or married and want to learn how to best protect your assets, contact Sabra Law Group at 646-472-7971 for a confidential consultation.