If you are like 71% of people, you believe in love at first sight. Of course, it can be very frustrating when that \”first sight\” simply hasn\’t happened yet. There are more than 54.25 million single people out there and yet the right person continues to elude you… even if you think you\’ve tried everything, consider giving these options a shot, or a second chance:
1. Make everyday an opportunity
Chances are, you pass hundreds of single people everyday on your way to work, in the office, at the grocery store, in restaurants and bars. Take life by the horns and compliment someones clothes in line at the pharmacy, or offer to buy that cute girl or guy a drink at the bar. One day, it just might lead to you finding the partner of your dreams.
2. Don\’t reject online dating
Firstly, it is extremely common to utilize online dating sites or other online tools, so don\’t be embarrassed! 42% of Americans know an online dater. There are general sites, and specialty sites which help narrow down the search results so you can find exactly who you\’re looking for.
Secondly, it\’s effective. 23% of online daters say they have met their spouse or partner in a long term relationship through dating sites. In fact, 5% of Americans in a long term relationship or who are married met their partner somewhere online. Online dating sites use proven algorithms and matching data techniques to find someone with similar interests and goals to you. Of course, make sure to be careful and choose safe online dating sites, who conduct an online dating background check.
3. Check out singles events
The best place to meet singles? At singles events, of course. Even though they might sound corny, a lot of the other people attending probably think so too. Embrace your status in a place where no one will judge you for not being in a relationship, and everybody is looking for the same thing. No hesitation, no confusion, just straightforward, to the point introductions.
Check out a singles dating site to find out if there are any events near you! Read more blogs like this.