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Or you can try online dating and open yourself up to the possibilities. Be smart and careful about what information you post, who you give your personal contact information to, and where and when you meet someone for the first time (I recommend afternoon coffee in a very public place).
Also, online dating isn't only for pathetic or older people, so you can let that go.
Here's some insight from Adam Sachs, co-founder of the group dating site ignighter.com: "I can see how young people would look at the conventional online dating sites and think that going on one of those dates would make them feel like a loser or desperate. There's nothing organic about creating your own blind date. What's natural and fun is meeting new people in the company of your social circle. It's a group-to-group dating site, a way for you and your friends to meet another group of friends in an environment that is safer, less awkward, and more fun." Another upside to online dating is often you get to know a person better than when meeting them face-to-face when judgments about superficial things may get in the way.
Does anyone really ever head into a relationship with a firm grasp of how terrible it’s going to be when it crashes and burns? We believe in love and revel in the magic it brings – until something breaks.I know a couple that have been dating online for almost seven months, now.