Dating in your mid twenties

09-Oct-2017 10:18

"Ask everybody to bring one or two people that you haven't met." It's all about networking – and don't be afraid to meet new women or men who are better suited as friends.

The more friends you make, the more you widen your social circle. "In college, people often become sexually intimate very quickly," Bash says..

That means the majority of ladies are out finding "the one" long after the frat party is over.

and Alisa Ruby Bash, a marriage and family therapist, about the best ways to meet men in your post-college years. "Most women tend not to find their future husbands in college anymore," explains Bash.

"Go to places where guys will feel more comfortable," Della Casa suggests.

"You want to go to places that are a bit more low-key, that aren't all about bottles and doormen. Places where men aren't in competition, and you aren't in competition with every girl in her perfect Bebe dress." And forget the old advice about taking a new class.

Spending less time with your friends and leaving the competitive world of college for entry-level jobs and monotonous desk work can put a damper on your personal ambition, but you shouldn't let it, especially if you're in the market for love.

They're all great ways to meet men that will make you feel good, boost your resume, and expand your social circle. Don't be afraid to let the people who know you best set you up."When people live in such close quarters and have to face the consequences of their actions, men are held accountable with the women in their lives." When you aren't in the same social circle as a sexual partner or you have a one-night stand with somebody you don't know well, you make yourself more vulnerable.

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