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Our Kopi Date Experiences are fine-tuned to provide an optimal environment for genuine human connections.
We intentionally steer clear from the online, chat-based experience of a dating app. Instead, we take games and uncertainties out of the equation, to focus on meaningful and face-to-face connections.
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Change has been the only constant. We saw unpredictability and uncertainty being forcefully injected into our lives as the world entered an ongoing battle with one of the worst global pandemics in decades.
Only in the face of our new reality did we realise the many things in life that we had taken for granted. The social interactions we had with our friends and family — gathering in groups outside, affectionate hugs, holding hands — as we would come to know, would change in an unprecedented manner.
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A whole wave of emotions come rushing over you and when you’re left to face this emotional conflict alone — it could be daunting. The laughter, the joy and happy memories reminiscent of the love you once shared in your relationship soon become the very source of pain that threatens to torment you and leave you shackled, unable to move on.
But why is it so hard to move on?
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Let’s face it. Break-ups happen and recovering from them is no easy feat. The road to recovery can be especially bumpy if the relationship was a toxic one, leaving you with traumatic memories.
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