Why Love is Harder in the Winter

By Korin Miller

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Winter is full of opportunities to get close: romantic fires, holidays galore,  snuggle­-friendly weather. Yet the season can be tough on your love life.  According to a recent survey, couples are more than twice as likely to think  about splitting between the holidays and Valentine’s Day, due in part to the  pressure the high ­intensity period puts on twosomes during this time. But  also because scientific reasons compound that stress: “Our energy levels are  lower during the cold weather, and we tend to be moodier,” explains clinical  psychologist Seth Meyers, PhD. “Both factors make maintaining a relationship difficult.”

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