CNN.com: Does romance end when summer does?

Psychology professor and relationship expert Catherine Sanderson commented on summer romances in this article for the news website. “People out of their regular environment find it easier to pursue romance or love [during vacation], especially late adolescents, because they don’t have classes or exams, as they would in their regular social world,” she explained. “They almost take on a different persona, and that can make it easier for some students to engage in summer romances.”

 

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