First things first: if you want to learn the best ways to start dating again, you’ve got to begin with the most important which is to put yourself out there.
Get out of your house because Prince Charming isn’t going to ride up on your stoop someday deary! Church events, work events or community events could be a way you meet someone.
OK, I’m being a little facetious here, but I do see a lot of clients who rule out potential matches over things that are actually really minor in the context of lifelong partnership — whether because of a height that’s less than ideal, political views that don’t match perfectly, or even a grasp of the hottest nightclubs.
Remember that in a partnership, the way you manage the areas where you differ is actually very important.
You'll do anything other than looking for a partner online -- watch TV reruns, clean the bathroom, complain about your dating troubles, or even call your mother.
The more traits you include on your list, the more people you eliminate from your life.Conferences, seminars, lectures, conventions, and trade shows are all possible places to meet people. Activities in all these areas are usually planned in advance, so make an agreement with a friend to go together. Stand near an entrance, refreshment area, aisle, or water fountain.If you can’t get anyone to go with you, go by yourself. If you go with friends, unhook from them at some point and stand alone. I’ve heard people say they saw someone they wanted to meet, but the person was in a booth with four friends. If you see someone interesting, move within talking distance and make a friendly comment. If you’re anything like my clients, you may at times feel frustrated because while you believe you’ve done all the right things to find the right person, you don’t understand why it isn’t happening. I work with many successful clients, and while they’re really good at getting things done in their professional lives, their dating life is either nonexistent or chaotic.