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Every day on my way home from work I stop at the store and grab a drink. As a result, everyone in the entire store now treats me like a friend, and we all chat for a few mins.
That's maybe 5 or 6 people I didn't know just a few months ago. If all you do is work then go home, sure, it might be hard to meet people.
Take more than baby steps, get in a few groups and go to a few events. Women want love but feel pressured to act like sluts, alot of men expect instant sex, around and around we go in circles, addicted to celphones and dating sites and rarely does anyone actually get what they want.
Think about this...you're now getting established in a career, are much more mature, and you don't have a bunch of exs or baby mamas to deal with because you didn't get involved with all that mess when you were younger. Try to just view young women as people you talk to, take to coffee, and maybe just have dinner with.
Believe it or not, now is the time to start looking. This is great experience and will help with your self confidence and maturity. You might get some new pictures for your profile showing the older, more mature man you're turning into.
I mean how hard can it be to have a free profile, have a bit of chit chat, maybe meet someone every once in a while for a drink?? so the only reason you could be exhausting yourself is that you're expecting a certain outcome called "getting yourself into an established relationship". all you can really do is keep creating opportunities for yourself, to get yourself out there and keep meeting different people. everyone is a free agent; they get to pick and choose just as much as you do.really?? what difference does it make how you meet people as long as it isn't in a dark alley or in the back of an ambulance?
is that because you're a computer person and have forgotten how to tell the difference between the real and virtual world??? With meeting someone in real life you need constant exposure to them, like a classmate or a co-worker. Unless you're super smooth, it's pretty tough to get a date from someone you meet at a bar or coffee shop. You have your education, a good job, and you're only in your 20's. I would suggest that you don't look at every female, acquaintance, casual date as are-you-the-one?
Last thoughts...don't date at work...a bad idea, and don't text to try and establish anything. I work at a job that has four women - three married and one living with her boyfriend.