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Hegmann agrees that there's a stereotype that access to online dating makes people less likely to work through their problems or settle on any one person, but argues that it's false.

“See it as a chance to spend the day with your spouse together and have a great time, a kind of holiday for your relationship. Don't expect your partner to be your whole world We're constantly assailed by images of supposedly perfect relationships – from celebrity couples frolicking on the beach in the tabloids, to soulmates bonding for life in books and movies.

“There's this fantasy about finding a partner for everything, for ever and ever,” Hegmann says.

But don't we have a great variety of different types of women and men in Germany? We always come on time When you have a date with us, you can expect us to be on time. It gives us that international flavour when we have to speak English with a foreigner. Learning English in school for years was a good and important thing in the end. Don't mistake shyness for disinterest When a German single is on a date with someone from abroad, we seem a little reserved or shy in the beginning because we take time to get to know someone.

We are also in general not too over-excited in the way we greet you and speak with you.

“Dating someone from another country can be quite a challenge when you live abroad, especially if you aren't familiar with the culture, the habits and the language,” Jessica Dreyer, who runs the matchmaking service US Love Wiesbaden, tells The Local.

“In my position as an American-German matchmaker in Germany, I know about Americans' questions and insecurities over dating a local, but I also register the huge interest in finding a local sweetheart." SEE ALSO: 10 beautiful ways to express your love in German Dreyer put her head together with members of her dating service to come up with the most important reasons to date a German, and some tips on how to deal with the cultural differences.

“German men are rather suspicious, they think it's a conspiracy of florists and jewellers,” Hegmann said.

On the other hand, he cited a recent study showing that 30 percent of women would like a present on the day.

That's not to say that there aren't a few intercultural differences.

A 2008 survey of European singles for dating website Parship found that Germans tended to be the most experienced with serious relationships, uninterested in marriage and pessimistic about finding a new partner soon. If what you're doing isn't working, change it!

However, it shouldn't be the one and only day of the year when you make an effort.

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