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But you should still do When was the last time you two had a game night?

"It might seem a little old-fashioned in the age of electronic devices, but a night playing board games can be fun for a date," Jonathan Bennett, Relationship and Dating Expert at Double Trust Dating, tells Bustle.

Sure, you might not meet someone you want to fall in love with, but at least you’re out trying. I can only speak for myself, but I seem to always meet people in two situations: when I’m doing something I love or when I’m dating without expectations.

I think both of those situations encourage a natural confidence that people find attractive.

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.

I know, that makes me want to crawl into bed and hide under the blankets too, but it’s the hard truth, and going forward, wouldn’t it be nice to hide under the blankets with someone? It’s very easy and comfortable to become a creature of habit, but if you want to see (and be seen by) new people, you’ve got to mix it up.

It may feel uncomfortable (What will your fellow Soul Cycle cult members think if you don’t show up to your Thursday night class?!

It’s hard for people to get up the courage to walk all the way across the bar; it’s much easier to strike up a conversation with someone who’s within earshot already.

And while I hate that I have to caveat any of this advice, when I say “move closer,” I am not suggesting you invade anyone’s personal space or keep following them around if they aren’t into you. It’s always lovely to offer a compliment, but just know that it doesn’t necessarily open the door for the person to say more than “thanks.” Also, this probably goes without saying, but, like, “nice ass” is not a compliment you should give a stranger. Would you approach a person working on their laptop, frantically typing on their phone, or who’s sporting headphones?

I know that YOU would never do that, but there are some weirdos out there, so just want to make sure that’s clear. Then why would you ever think someone would approach you if you’re doing those things?

A normal face scan takes three and a half seconds and lingering for even one more second signals interest.

After you’ve met and talked, if you want to show that you’re interested in a little more than chitchat, make eye contact for 10 seconds or more.

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