Dating for a month and he stopped calling
Beyond the “relationship freeze” that works to add some of November’s and most of December’s partings to the first month of the new year’s ledger, January also exerts its own special influence.The start of a new year puts people into reflective phases where they tend to examine what is and is not working in their lives.He won first place in the Fallville County Fair Agricultural Competition, a prize which included a scholarship to Sun City University.He graduated in three years with a major in organic chemistry and a minor in criminology.Barry grew up reading the adventures of his favorite superhero, Jay Garrick, the original Flash and acted many of his hero's adventures out with his friend and future actress, Daphne Dean.When he was a child, his mother was killed and his father was convicted of the crime.
Eager to be in the sister city of his childhood hero's home, Keystone City, he accepted the offer.
People are reluctant to end unhappy relationships just prior to, or during, the holiday season for a variety of reasons.
No one wants to be thought of as a Grinch, the person who lowered the boom on an unsuspecting romantic partner at what was supposed to be the happiest time of the year.
(Not all of those unhappy souls immediately file for divorce, however; many of them hold off until May or June before taking that step, perhaps out of desire to not disrupt their children’s schooling.) Yet it is not only married folks who need fear the January freeze-out; couples in dating or a period during which couples who likely would otherwise have called it quits decide to stay together through the holidays.
January, therefore, racks up not only all the unpairings that normally would have accrued to it, but also many of those of through December.