Dating after college
From there, once I got a web of people (after three months this is about five or so people), the next stage happened where eventually we'd all end up meeting other people on our own (be it a work friend, someone who we volunteer with, someone's SO) and adding them into the group, leading that to organically grow.
There's just a great sense of satisfaction walking around somewhere and discovering a cool coffeeshop or restaurant on your own without technology.This is someone that you're close enough with that you don't mind being around them, but also someone that you don't want to be sexually interested in.The big problem I've noticed about branching out and trying new things is that in concept, they're really fun and engaging.Also, turn problems (girl you're talking to has a boyfriend) into opportunities (make this girl your friend because she could have some single friends).There's just a great sense of satisfaction walking around somewhere and discovering a cool coffeeshop or restaurant on your own without technology. Wandering around town - finding places you like to hang out. But the key is to do things that you enjoy, and try to find someone to fit in your life. It's not going to kill you to try a few you know women also favor.