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You Find Sparks Can Lead to a Bonfire

Whomever your flame is right now may be the one who warms you all season, suggests a study that looked at seasonal patterns of relationships in Facebook profiles. In the summertime, more break-ups (or mere hook-ups) occurred—a pattern that was found among people of all ages, not just college students on break. But in the fall, there were more singles changing their status to "In a Relationship" or "Engaged" than the yearly average. Love's in the air, and it lingers.