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Jonathan asks: "I've been trying to meet women online for the past few months with zero luck, and my friends have said similar things.
Contact a girl, and you're lucky if you get a response, much less a nice one. I thought online dating was supposed to save me time. " I wish this were an easy answer Jonathan, because your question rings true for many of the men I've worked with in the past few years, as well as friends and even dates who have asked me a similar question.
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In my opinion, the answer is a complex one, and I'm unsure if explaining it in great detail it'll make a difference with what you're really after: meeting more women, or perhaps just meeting The Woman of Your Dreams.
With that in mind, I'll only go into the why's briefly, and try to spend more time on the how's (what you can do to increase your responses).
You’re able to better maintain your equilibrium when you say to yourself “Oh, an email just popped up. That means making or maintain friends, filling up your schedule with interesting activities and hanging out where other single people go.
I wonder what’s in it” rather than diving for your phone, as if your last chance at love depended on it. (Your goal is simply to be social without scrutinizing every invite list to see who else is going.) Not only does having a full rich life make you more interesting, it gives you something to do while waiting for your online dating investment to pay off.
I was recently at a friend’s wedding when I joined the bride’s friends in a discussion about her single days. “Don’t you remember how she’d drag us all to a bar, do a lap to see if there were any guys worth meeting and then exclaim ‘Next! She’d organize weekly outings of single women and orchestrate introductions of men we’d meet along the way – even positioning us facing into a crowd with arms uncrossed so we appeared approachable.