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‘Treat dating like a 9 to 5 job’: Love Island dating lessons you should follow

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Whether you’re watching for the hot bods or keeping on top of the coffee break chatter, we’ve garnered some valuable lessons from the Love Island stars this year. “Look beyond the neon soft furnishings and gratuitous show of flesh – there’s a lot we can learn from how the contestants interact with each other as they go from glaringly single, to very much available,” says dating agent Anna Williamson.

Here, the romance guru tells OK! how the reality dating show can help us find the formula for forever love... Find your people The more you’re in close contact with like-minded people, the greater your chance of connection – it’s called the Proximity Principle, and that’s what Love Island’s designed to do.

Some people may scoff and raise eyebrows at how realistic it can be to find genuine love in such a short space of time. But it’s actually very plausible that many couples leave the villa with a bona fide partner.Take away tip: If you want to date, get your mindset in the right place.

Do you want a relationship or a fling? Love Island contestants have a set goal: to find love. You need to find people with the same goal as you.

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