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It was so easy to meet and date girls in college; you'd see some girl in class, then run into her again at some party, and just the fact that you shared a class and knew a mutual friend was enough to blow her away, start a conversation and score a girlfriend (or at the very, very least, a make out session for the night) But now that I graduated and I'm back home, it's so hard to meet girls.

I don't know that very many people in my home town.

I don't even have the slightest prospect of a date now because I haven't met any girls except for that one flake since college. What really sucks is I don't want to go to bars by myself, but none of my friends are real bar goers.

I just want to know if there's anything to look forward to. But even when I had a bar group bars really sucked for meeting people anyways.

It's just that in college, like someone else on here said, you're surrounded by young people your age, mostly everyone is single, and the only thing to do is hang out around campus with your friends or your friends' friends.

It was so easy to meet and date girls in college; you'd see some girl in class, then run into her again at some party, and just the fact that you shared a class and knew a mutual friend was enough to blow her away, start a conversation and score a girlfriend (or at the very, very least, a make out session for the night) But now that I've graduated and I'm back home, it's so hard to meet girls. There're no classmates, no parties to go to (and if there are, I'm not getting invited to them) no raging party goers who want to "introduce you to this chick" and so forth.

Did anyone else have trouble dating or just meeting people after college? It WILL get better, but you have to make that happen I know it's tougher now that you are in the real world, but it's certainly not impossible. I joined an animal shelter but not many people in the mid twenties there, although I do enjoy the actual work there so that's ok. I might have to find another way of finding stuff around the area.

You just have to be willing to join some groups, maybe even a thriving church community. I don't want to do church since I'm not religious at all.

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