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New research has shown that couples have to wait at least seven months before they go on holiday with their new partner

Are you thinking about booking a romantic getaway with your new love?

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Check the calendar before you do this, because if you haven't dated seven months ago, this is probably a disaster, according to a survey.

No less than one fifth of the couples who go on holiday together before the seven-month brand ends when they return home, the study found.

New research has shown that couples have to wait at least seven months before they go on holiday with their new partner

New research has shown that couples have to wait at least seven months before they go on holiday with their new partner

The survey, commissioned by exclusiveprivatevillas.com, asked 1,500 Britons. Another eight percent said they could not wait until they got home and ended things while on vacation.

While one in twenty said they really broke up with someone they saw on their journey to their destination.

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In general, 12 percent of Britons admit that during their lifetime they have had more than one truly disastrous vacation with a loved one.

The study also showed that nearly half of the British (46 percent) said they are going on vacation too quickly with a new love, so you run the risk of not knowing each other well to cope with spending so much time together.

A third admitted that he had had a disastrous vacation with a partner and 38 percent said it could be the kiss of death for a romance because it could prematurely reveal bad habits.

Nearly one in three (30 percent) believe that the stress of traveling can be too much to continue with someone you don't know well.

No less than one fifth of the couples who go on holiday together before the seven-month mark break out when they return home

No less than one fifth of the couples who go on holiday together before the seven-month mark break out when they return home

No less than one fifth of the couples who go on holiday together before the seven-month mark break out when they return home

MOST ROMANTIC LOCATIONS FOR THE FIRST HOLIDAY OF A FEW ACCORDING TO BRITISH

1. Paris – 31 percent

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2. Greek islands – 24 percent

3. New York – 21 percent

4. Barcelona – 20 percent

5. Amsterdam – 16 percent

6. Mallorca – 16 percent

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7. Florida – 14 percent

8. Maldives – 12 percent

9. Ibiza – 11 percent

10. Corfu – 11 percent

The research also showed that 29 percent of Britons are concerned that a vacation in an early relationship realizes that there is no mutual attraction and that 28 percent said they are concerned about a break that reveals an intolerance to other cultures brings.

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Fourteen percent meanwhile thought that vacationing together too early the & # 39; scents & # 39; of a new partner, and nine percent said there could be a possibility of being disappointed when seeing the partner in swimwear.

Finally, if 15 percent say that family holidays with children who are not their own are going too early, this can put too much pressure on dealing with the partner's children.

However, the research also showed that a holiday can ignite love rather than the deaf – almost half (47 percent) of the British claim that they fell for someone while she was away.

More than a third (36 percent) have even visited the first holiday destination with their partner where they went together to breathe new life into the passion of their relationship.

When it comes to the most romantic destinations to visit with a new high point, Paris is the first choice (31 percent), followed by Greece (24 percent) and New York (21 percent)

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A fifth of the British said that Barcelona is the ideal place for a first holiday together, and 16 percent opted for a city trip to Amsterdam.

In a response to the survey, psychologist Judi James said: & # 39; On vacation the truth catches up with us and proximity becomes even more ruthless than it would be if we shared a house, it's easy to feel locked up 24/7 & # 39;

In a response to the survey, psychologist Judi James said: & # 39; On vacation the truth catches up with us and proximity becomes even more ruthless than it would be if we shared a house, it's easy to feel locked up 24/7 & # 39;

In a response to the survey, psychologist Judi James said: & # 39; On vacation the truth catches up with us and proximity becomes even more ruthless than it would be if we shared a house, it's easy to feel locked up 24/7 & # 39;

Comment on the survey, psychologist Judi James said: & # 39; I not only agree with this suggestion that couples have to wait before they go on vacation together, if there is anything I would like to use to go on vacation with friends.

& # 39; Holidays can be a time to relax and de-stress, but they can also be a breeding ground for the kind of irritation, annoyance and potential aversion that can occur if you are forced to share a stressful journey, a small hotel room and – worse – a toilet on the toilet together.

& # 39; In the early days of a relationship, we tend to be stuck in what is called the attribution bias – based on our evaluations of our new partner on assumption and first impressions. We love to concentrate on their ideal projections and to ignore all those more mundane traits that arguments and frustration can cause when we are used to being together.

& # 39; During the holidays the truth catches up with us and the proximity is even more ruthless than if we were to share a house, it's easy to get stuck 24/7.

& # 39; Eating habits, toilet habits, selfish or boring behavior can all suddenly come forward, as well as the shock of suddenly discovering that the person you love doesn't want to spend the day doing the same things you want to do. & # 39;

Keith Potts, president of exclusiveprivatevillas.com, said: & # 39; Living out of a suitcase in a tight hotel room and sharing new experiences can test the best of relationships. Scents, habits and attitudes are all uncovered!

& # 39; We have seen a steep rise in questions from people looking for the luxury, privacy and space of private villas.

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& # 39; Especially couples traveling with friends and large families are increasingly looking for a home from home and want to avoid the intensity that so often comes with a vacation. After all, who wants to leave as a couple and come back single? & # 39;

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