The best place to start is to look at what you do each day. Be careful of your workplace, however, as romantic relationships at work are often discouraged, and sometimes even forbidden.
After being out of the dating game for so many years I am delighted I found this book.
I no longer have my "pity parties" on the couch and get out more to meet people.
The dynamic Dee practices what she preaches, and understands the realities of looking for a good partner.
In a few well-chosen words, she not only encapsulates the more important points of dating, grooming, flirting, sex or no sex, dancing, getting in shape, having fun, and -perhaps most important- getting yourself out there.
Navigating the singles’ scene is not easy for anyone, whether or not you have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Nevertheless, adults with ASD must hurdle far more obstacles than their typically developing peers to thrive in a world of dating.
Guiding her readers through the entire process of being single and facing a potential date, Dating 101 emphasizes that a date is merely a date, noting that many Americans over forty-five are single, discusses the overwhelming presence of players in modern day, shows how to get back into the dating game, teaches how to make dating effective and fun, and provides an intelligent approach to finding just the right person.
A "must read" for single men and women seeking to have a viable social life, Dating 101 is very strongly recommended reading, especially for those who are dissatisfied with their "single-hood status" and are losing out in the dating game.
I'll happily recommend it to my clients along with my Unofficial Guide to Dating Again.