Topics: Any tips on dating after college?

I tend to keep my focus on this site primarily to things that are as broadly applicable as possible -- things you can do no matter who you are or where you are in life to do better with women.

But the other day I had a reader write in asking about dating in college , and I thought the topic might be on worth getting a post up on. He writes:

I shot him back a reply highlighting some of the things I'm going to touch on in this post, but I think there some advice here I can offer guys in college that'll help them meet more girls and succeed with more girls. ///// bars!!!

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I think that one of the things that women in general tend to do but especially black women is set our sights way too high. You need to be honest about what guidelines you may have for meeting men -- Do they have to be professionals or is a college education sufficient? Do they have to be a certain age? Will you accept guys with kids? etc etc. Yes it is important that the man you look for has certain fundamental compatibility s i.e. religion, wanting kids or not, spending habits but there are a lot of areas we hold too rigid when there can be room for flexibility. Make it a habit to strike up a conversation with every guy you meet because you never know if something significant could develop. It might seem weird at first but the more you do it the better you will become. Some other good places to look for guys is church, your work, personal hobbies and believe it or not match making places like eHarmony - a Christian focused website or can give you some insight into your own personality at the very least if not hook you up with your type of guy. I recently reconnected with the guy I had known in high school some 15 odd years later and we are developing a better relationship now then we ever had. It just goes to show that you never know what life can bring your way. hope this helps and all the best.

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