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Here are three things I discovered about the French approach to romance and how we can apply them to our own relationships at every stage, from dating to marriage.

When I asked Noémie about French dating habits, she started by saying that she couldn’t think of a French equivalent for the word “dating.” It just doesn’t translate, either as a word or a concept.

But the French reaction to the American phrase “date night” gave me some pause, too.

They have a good point that there is the potential for romance in everything you do together, even the more mundane moments.

On the other hand, there are some undeniable differences between our two cultures, and the cliché of the French as a uniquely romantic nation isn’t completely unwarranted.

I spoke to some French people to find out what exactly they’re doing differently from us.

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“Either you are ‘en couple’ [an official couple] or ‘celibataire’ [deliberately single or celibate], or you are seeing someone special but [not a couple yet].We fear that our lives will be overrun by nap time, and our feminine allure will take that backseat to the role of nurturer and diaper-changer.In fact, we have a crude phrase in the States to describe attractive mothers (if you don’t know what I’m talking about, just trust me), which is yet another thing about romance that doesn’t translate across the pond. They are cultured and elegant, but they are nonchalant about their culture and their elegance. That casualness, that carelessness, is to me a very Parisian quality. That same nonchalance must apply to seduction as well. But romanticism is a fantasy that has no place in real life. People read Proust, or Marivaux, and assume Paris is the most romantic city in the world. If you are neither faux-ugly nor faux-romantic, don't bother. It has to do with our origins, a mix of Latin and Celtic.