Is Christmas a happy time for Black singles? Certainly Christmas is special time but we also recognise that holidays can be a difficult and sometimes a lonely time of year for singles who would rather be in a committed relationship.
At this time of year we all seem to be so very busy. It is very easy to get preoccupied with trying to find the perfect present for Grandma or queuing for sprouts to go with the turkey for Christmas dinner. Remember to make time to relax, don’t be tempted to turn down the invitations to the festive social events. You never know who you might meet and widening your social circle is a great way to meet more black singles.
Many of us take time off work over Christmas and many dating websites see a rise in the number of people joining at this time of year. If you would like to share your turkey and tinsel with a special black single man or lady in 2013 , then treat yourself to a membership and start dating people like you this New Year.
Merry Christmas from all the team at MatchMeNowBlack.
The team at MatchMeNowBlack love the HuffPost BlackVoices weekly series counting down the top eight power couples of the year. Our vote is going to Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith.
Full Name: Jada Pinkett-Smith
Occupation: Actress, Producer
Big Wig Affiliation: Tupac Shakur
Claim to Fame: Early in her career, Pinkett-Smith portrayed the role of “Lena James” on the hit 90s sitcom, “A Different World.”
Current Status: Alongside Will Smith, the actress is set to executive produce Queen Latifah’s forthcoming daytime talk show, The Queen Latifah Show, scheduled to debut Fall 2013.
Word for Word: “One of the things that I realized about Will is to keep it spontaneous. I surprise him, because he’s a thinker. He’s always thinking…So I always surprise him.” (The Oprah Winfrey Show, 2010)
Full Name: Will Smith
Occupation: Actor, Producer
Big Wig Affiliation: Muhammad Ali
Claim to Fame: According to IMDB, Smith holds the record of appearing in the most consecutive $100 million-grossing movies.
Current Status: Earlier this year, Smith confirmed during an episode of BET’s 106 & Park, that he and co-star Martin Lawrence are on board for the third installment of “Bad Boys.”
Word for Word: “If you don’t have a purpose for your relationship, if you don’t have a place that you’re going, something that you want to accomplish, something that you want to do, you can really get lost in the murk of the journey. There has to be a vision. Like, why are we together?” (The Oprah Winfrey Show, 2010)