Consider frequenting these places when looking for a date:
- Work. This is a touchy one. You don’t want to do a lot of dating at work because of the complications it will add to your work environment if it doesn’t work out.
- Your friends. And your friend’s friends. Ask them to introduce you to the single men you haven’t met before, but try to avoid the blind date set-up. They rarely work out and are awkward and a waste of time.
- Clubs and organizations that focus on your areas of interest. Whether you already are a member or join a new club, there are bound to be men associated with these organizations. You will be able to see how a man interacts with others before actually getting involved with him, which is a huge advantage when looking for a mate.
- Church. If you currently participate in organized religion, you will be able to attend programs where there are single men in a stress-free environment. There aren’t any single men at the church you go to now? Shop around to different churches and consider attending a different church where single men attend.
- Political and volunteer organizations. Men like men who volunteer, and many single men participate in political and civic volunteer opportunities.
- Dating online. There are many different online dating services out there. Shop around to find one that works for you. You will create your own profile, and look through photos and profiles of other people. You’ll get in touch with men, talk to them online and on the phone until you mutually decide to meet in person. Get together for the first few dates during the daytime and in a public place, like a coffee shop. Going out for coffee keeps it easy to end the date if it doesn’t go well. If the date does go well, it’s also easy to then go out for dinner.