I was sitting at a local happy hour, sipping wine with a friend. Young and recently out of a relationship, my friend has never casually dated. Her previous serious beaus all blossomed from friendships. As the pinot flowed, she divulged that a strikingly handsome stranger had approached her in a bar, offered a stellar pickup line and his number, and she was hesitant on how to proceed.
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I have read article after article about dating. I've read more books than I care to share, listened to more podcasts than I feel comfortable admitting and have even turned to movies in times of complete and utter desperation to understand the whole concept, which truly is foreign to me. And after more than eight years in long-term relationships that have all ended for one reason or another, I find myself back in the dating world, this time with a different attitude. This summer is will be one year that I have been single. I started dating on and off back in December, but found it to be tedious, exhausting, challenging and for a lack of better words, completely emotionally brutal. In the month of January alone, I went on close to 15 dates with a wide range of men, from lawyers to yogis to hippies to businessmen.
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Melissa Maher. But that highest high was quickly followed by the lowest low, when he proceeded to make out with what seemed like every other girl in our class. This set the trend for the bulk of the next two decades of my dating life: