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And that doesn’t just apply to churches: try it on a plane, a bus, in libraries, restaurants with communal tables, or concerts too.Second, there’s something about churches and wedding ceremonies where even complete strangers have a sense of familiarity to them. ”They usually come back with a “Well, I thought, as a dating coach, you’d have some ideas on meeting men. ”No, that’s what articles in Marie Claire are all about:“The Ten Top Spots to Meet Hot Guys! If not, what exactly are we going to talk about for 12 weeks?A gentleman would never presume to sit in an open chair at a lady’s table, so then he’s left to either hover over her (and her friends) or crouch down on the ground. Finally, if you're a regular somewhere, build up a rapport with the bartender, and tell him or her you’re looking to meet someone—but not just anyone.The guys and gals behind the bar see all—and can be an unexpected source of intel on potential suitors.It’s not like you can actually have a conversation, after all.If you are hoping to meet a gentleman on a Friday night, the dark rooms, the loud music, and the all-too-often meat market vibe of a nightclub isn’t going to give you very good odds.
Being in familiar territory, if you will, is helpful in this regard. But in case you weren’t aware, many guys can’t or won't dance. So if it’s not already abundantly clear, dating advice is not about WHERE to meet men. ”Here, I spared you the trouble of Googling it: The 14 Best Places to Meet Eligible Men Without giving anything away, Loriann, here are the actual places that have been recommended by a site called All Womens Talk: the bar, the market, online, church, the water cooler, newspapers, college, friends, the gym, restaurants, work, vacation, parks, airplanes. Apparently, it means standing around a lot, hoping that a cute, age appropriate, interested single guy happens upon you at the bar, the market, college, the gym, restaurants, parks, and airplanes.I have four grown who are trying to set me up (I love them, but what a nightmare!! I highly suggest you get over your fear of online dating, not because it’s perfect by any stretch of the imagination, but because it’s ubiquitous and effective in creating opportunity. It’s about attracting men, understanding men, and making them want to stick around forever and ever. As to where you meet men, yes, there’s one place that’s more effective in making introductions than 100 visits to Whole Foods and Art History class combined.Try sitting somewhere visible where there’s some space for a single guy to sit next to or near you.In fact, I know women who have even made it a rule to sit next to the first single guy they see, and I’m not kidding, you will make that guy’s day.And so most guys you find at a dark, loud, and wild nightclub are there for watching and/or grinding on women, whether they have any interest in a relationship with them or not.The problem is not that there are never any decent guys at these places, it's that there’s no way of knowing.They’ll be able to point you in the right direction, and even help steer away the ones who don’t fit the description.I am 44 years old and entering the dating scene again for the first time in 25 years. I am not doing the online singles sites…that is just scary to me. I am new in town, with a few happily married friends. So much of my time was taken up with caring for someone else that now I just don’t know how to fill that time. Thanks for highlighting an important principle for women over 40 seeking love: You will not find it unless you do something differently. It’s called Match.com, it’s open 24 hours a day, and it costs a lot less than getting on a plane and hoping to sit next to a 45-year-old eligible bachelor.