Dating in college is not a good idea
You’ll up your chances of meeting a partner you actually get along with because you’ll already have something in common. Romance"), psychotherapist and author of The Unofficial Guide to Dating Again .
That does not mean you should show up at book club assuming you’re going to meet your soul mate. “If you make the friends, and there are enough people of the other gender, the dating will happen.”CLICK HERE TO BUY 'THE UNOFFICIAL GUIDE TO DATING AGAIN' You know how I just said you should pursue enjoyable hobbies as a way to meet potential mates?
After college, it might seem like letting someone buy you a drink and trying to chat over blasting music is the only way to find potential dates.
Whatever the price, it’s a lot lower than the cost of a baby or treatment for an STI.
In fact, if the thought of flying solo frightens you, no partner is going to be able to fulfill you emotionally. As a single college graduate, you probably already have a well-rounded life — a job you love (or at least need), a circle of close friends, and maybe an exercise routine that keeps you healthy.
According to psychotherapist, relationship expert, and author Julie Orlov, M. If you start noticing that you’re frequently ditching friends, falling behind at the office, or skipping workouts to make time for dating, something’s wrong.
Right now the average age of first marriage for women is about 27, but if you’re still single in your late 20s, that’s OK, too.
There’s no need to make every day a speed-dating adventure until you find the one — as mentioned above, the key is to balance your romantic pursuits with the rest of your (awesome) life.