The holiday season is in full swing. That means holiday parties, family dinners, present shopping and everything else that comes along with it. It’s also a great time to meet someone new. And while any budding relationship will already present some challenges, there are even more potential pitfalls to navigate at this time of year. So we enlisted the help of matchmaker and relationship expert Aviva Reimer to help with exactly that!
Aviva Reimer is the creator and Founder of The Perfect Fit, An elite Lifestyle consulting and Introduction Company. Perfect Fit works with high-level professionals looking for focused personal development, specifically related to dating and relationships.
Aviva has trained with Patty Stranger from Bravo’s The Millionaire Matchmaker, appearing on the TV show, before incorporating the concierge lifestyle consulting service with matchmaking. Her formula of coaching, beauty & fitness makeovers, and image consulting has helped her many clients improve their self-image, confidence, and peace of mind. Our expert Aviva
Our expert Aviva brings an extensive background in life coaching, fitness, consulting and event planning and has been featured in The Huffington Post, Zoomer, and Best of Toronto. Certified by the Match Making Institute of New York, Aviva Reimer is the real deal.
So this holiday season we asked Aviva for her thoughts on how to handle the holiday season while in a new relationship. Here is what she had to say!
The holiday season is a very special time for everyone to be jolly in spirit and generous with kindness! There are always lots of great parties and festivities to attend. These occasions allow for great opportunities to meet someone new and exciting! If you happen to meet someone extraordinary and fall in love during the holidays, then I say run with it. It’s all about living in the moment and appreciating the gifts we are given. If you want to buy them a gift then do it. If you’d like to bring them to your holiday party then do that. Enjoy your blessings!
NOW, if you are just starting to date someone and those feelings have NOT developed yet, then I would take my time and get to know the new love interest first. I would hold off on the serious holidays together with friends or family in case it is not the right connection. The holidays are a very special time of year and it is a privilege to be introduced to our family during this very special time . Make sure HE or She is truly the ONE , as it makes a statement!
Check back in with Addicted to Love? in a couple of weeks for more advice from Aviva! Feel free to tweet us your questions at @weraddicted or write them in the comments below, and we’ll do our best to get them answered!