Diary of a romance Part 8

This is probably the last post I will write about xxxx.

No, we’re not breaking up. We’re getting on really well and things are going from strength to strength. I simply don’t feel the need to broadcast all the details onto the internet. A few people commented that it might not be the best idea to post anything overly sexual that the public might be able to read.

But my overall message is that although meeting people can feel really hard in a city such as London, you will never get anywhere unless you go out and meet people. I’m always saying that you can meet people anywhere you go. Look up and smile at the person near you. Don’t wait around for the perfect opportunity. It may not be obvious, but sometimes the person sitting near you actually wants you to come over and talk to them. Yes, it takes some courage to go over and approach a stranger.

You can try to do things the old-fashioned way by arranging meetings through dating sites. However this can to easily lead to disappointment and rejection.

I met xxxx in a Starbucks coffeeshop. If I hadn’t made the effort to talk to her, I might still be on my own. So there you go. Put down your phone. Turn off tinder. Go and make a handsome stranger’s day. Remember: loneliness sucks big time.

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