In the real world, there are no more club fairs or email reminders about this week’s rugby practice.You have to pursue your interests; no one is going to ask you to.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. I've been out of college for a few years (turning 25 this summer) and it's easy to notice that meeting women is far more difficult.I'm not the type of guy that likes bars or clubs, and I don't want to go to church for the wrong reasons. I hang out with friends as much as possible, so any connections they have should be available but that is really quite dry.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!
As we get older, we begin to understand ourselves better.Though there may be valid points in thinking a guy who wears a pinky ring may be weird, it’s still something that’s keeping you from getting to know him.Unlike college, everyone you meet isn’t a potential date. You don't want to date people at your job, can't meet anyone at bars and you no longer have time to meet your soul mate sitting in a cafe because you simply don’t have the time."There are opportunities to meet men all the time, and men will approach you when you're approachable." The easiest way to make yourself more approachable to men is to pay attention and smile."Learn how to say hello or compliment somebody," Della Casa advises."If a guy smiles at you, smile back." Take care of yourself.College is one of the most social times in your life: Unlike the working world, you're surrounded almost exclusively by people your own age, with similar goals, flexible schedules, and an admirable, slightly irresponsible devotion to meeting new people and having new experiences.