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One time, after I’d recovered from the demise of relationship, I sent an email to 20 friends telling them I was ready to be set up and outlined what I was looking for in a partner. Hopefully your friends are better than mine, and if you put it out there that you’d like to be set up, they’ll deliver.
My criteria included things like: must ski or snowboard; must watch NFL football, but not be a fan of the Cowboys, Seahawks, Patriots, Eagles, Cardinals, Rams, or Giants; understands the importance of sunscreen (I wish I were joking); orders dessert after dinner… And hopefully the person they deliver hates the Seahawks and knows the importance of sunscreen.
And then there’s trying to meet people in real life. ” Truthfully, all of the advice the experts give about how to meet a potential significant other is pretty useless. But if you’re reading this, it’s ‘cause you’re sick of not having anyone to fight with over the remote control and also don’t really want to die alone. While I’m definitely an expert, I have been doing this whole dating thing for a while, which, personally, I think makes me more qualified to dole out advice than some “matchmaker” or “dating expert.” And anyway, what do you have to lose?
So while I don’t want to end this by saying “be yourself” (I abhor a trite cliché), if you go out into the world, do the things you love, and present yourself as open to opportunities and possibilities, your person will think that’s attractive.
And while you’re waiting for them to show up, at least you’ll be living your best life.
A hot date can certainly be a confidence-boost, but if your entire well-being depends on whether or not someone texts you back, it might be time to reevaluate the rest of your life.
Simply put, being in a relationship cannot be your main source of happiness.
Daisy Barringer moved to San Francisco when she was six years old and though she considers herself a "local," knows better than to ever call herself "a native." She resides in Cole Valley, but spends a lot of time in Tahoe with her 150-pound Saint Bernard, Monkey.