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That depends on the individual. You can be like me and look for fifteen years, get rejected in all sorts of ways and in various locations, such as dating sites, bars, libraries, school, college, gym, etc and give up. You could find someone anywhere. I know people that met their current SO on dating sites, special occasions such as a friend's New Years Eve party and various other locals. The possibilities are endless. They are so varied that to make one definite place to meet someone is impossible. Good luck. I gave up at the age of twenty eight and haven't looked back.0
I learned from my cousin that you don't look for love - you build yourself and your life and you let guys look for you when your status is high enough. Like doctors don't need dating sites but cashiers might need to go through hundreds of profiles each year.0
You can go to parties, attend to events that sound interesting to you. You can join a group with people who share the same hobbies and/or interests as you. I've heard about couples who met at the gym. Or you can met someone through your friends.1
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Whatever City you are in look-up What's Up and City name. www.meetup.com0
Avoid dating apps and sites unless you are just super curious because they almost never work. You'd literally have more success walking up to 10-20 real women, especially if you know them a little first, than you would swiping dozens of profiles on dating apps. Unless you are a specimen of a man, then it won't matter. But I figure you wouldn't aks this question if that were the case0
Not saying you go fuck yourself. But that you need to love yourself and look the part in order to attract the partner.
If you don't look like you care about yourself, then fat chance you're going to care about others.0
The supermarket lol.
Gosh, I see some nice people sometimes, and often there is reciprocation. Sadly, I don’t approach, because I work there!10
Stop trying and don't expect it to happen... And hen Bam... A really interesting person will just show up... That seems to work with most people...0
After divorcing, I looked online. That worked well for me.0
It comes to you apparently. But I’ve tried to make myself more available to it. Subscribe to my profile for every day rants and cries 😂😂0
That's the thing, if you try to look for it, you usually won't find it. Just be open for it to happen.0
Places you enjoy being, then you'll find people who enjoy the same things.0
You don't look for it. It finds you by just luck.0
"Love" was created by Madison Avenue to sell panty hose. Compatibility is more realistic.0
Well it’s not like it’s a Lebanese dish.
It’s something that comes around. Forced is never good.0
You can try dating apps10
You stumble across the best.0
You won't find it in a bar.0
I don't even know anymore10
Church or Christian mingles10
I'm looking here12
Through the hobbies you live.0
Our first teacher is our own heart0
Finding love can be a challenging and unpredictable process. However, there are many ways to increase your chances of finding a compatible partner. Here are a few suggestions:
It's also important to remember that love is not the only thing that makes you happy, other aspects of your life such as career, friends and family, and personal development are also important.