104 Places to Meet the Love of Your Life

Are YOU Single, Recently Separated, Divorced or Widowed?

Then You are NOT ALONE!

  FREE EBOOK - 104 Places to Meet the Love of Your Life

There are more potential dates available than you probably realize.

Here are some government stats from 2012, the most recent I could locate:

103 million unmarried people in America 18 and older

  •  54.6% of these people were women and 46.4% were men
  • 62% of these unmarried people over 18 had never been married
  • 24% of these people were divorced
  • 14% were widowed

56 million households were maintained by unmarried men and women

33 million men and women lived alone

 

If You Are Newly Single, Wanting to Date But Not Sure Where to Go and How to Begin

If You Have Been Single for Awhile and Tired of  the Local Singles Scene….

I have written a simple little e book designed with YOU in mind.

 

  • I did some research online and in person.
  • I interviewed couples to find out where and how they had first met.
  • I asked groups of singles where they go to meet potential dates.
  • During my daily activities I uncovered some of the easiest ways to meet men and women that we don’t tend to think about.

 

Meeting New and Available Singles is Easy

 

If you know where to go

And you know what to do

 

Once you meet that new and exciting person, the magic begins. And that’s where I come in.  With decades of experience teaching, researching, studying and counseling men and women of all ages and nationalities, I have a comprehensive perspective that just may help you to create the loving relationship you have been seeking.

Get your FREE EBook Now.  This just may be the resource you’ve been looking for.  And then check your emails or come back to my blog to get access to the FREE follow up books that will help you know what to do after you meet “the one” if you want to keep the magic happening.

FREE EBOOK - 104 Places to Meet the Love of Your Life

Please tell me and the readers how YOU met the love of YOUR life or how you met any of the men or women you have dated.
Suggestions of new and different places to meet are most welcome and your comment may be the catalyst for budding love.

Just LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW and share YOUR meeting experiences.

Warmly,

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25 thoughts on “104 Places to Meet the Love of Your Life

    • Erika,

      Many people are married or partnered and don’t even think about what it would be like to go out to try to meet someone new. But then life happens and relationships sometimes end. So it is valuable to know there are some simple ways to connect with new people.

      Warmly,

      Dr. Erica

  1. Hi Erica,

    I had no idea about the statistics that you shared. It just shows it’s never too late to get married! Age is just a number! Thanks for sharing!

    • Nate,

      It is never too late to find love that feels wonderful and lasts. The time to discover love is while you are still healthy and vibrant, no matter what age. And there are many places to meet new people.

      Warmly,

      Dr. Erica

  2. Hi Erica, it seems like it’s easier now with social media and internet dating sites, to meet people. My husband has a lifelong friend who broke up with his wife over 20 years ago, and never really found another suitable partner. Then, a couple of weeks ago, we got a Christmas card from him, with another name on it. We heard from him on the phone and he’d met a lady on Facebook, she was over here in Aust. from Texas, and they were making a trip together back to the USA for a few months. He’d only been on FB for a few months!

    • Julieanne,

      What’s amazing is that I have heard many stories like that. We can connect quite openly and freely and share what is true for us – and then someone at the other end of the world needs just what we have to offer. We are no longer limited to our immediate and local contacts, or to being an extravert at a local pub or dance event.

      Warmly,

      Dr. Erica

    • Mary,

      After listening to enough marketing webinars, I am finally ready to provide valuable tools and insights for real people to be able to find and create loving relationships. This is the first book in what I plan will become a series.

      Warmly,

      Dr. Erica

  3. Erica,

    I never heard that Facebook was a place to meet a partner. I had a good friend trying multiple online dating sites for a few years and she finally decided that she hated it. Seems that most did not get past the emailing stage because they either bored her to tears or their emails at some point turned inappropriate. Then she met a few where she thought the telephone and email chemistry was strong and she was very disappointed upon meeting them–the men had been dishonest about their physical appearance or something just turned her off. Lastly, she met some who she was excited about who vanished without a word. She has been working with a dating coach now and we are all interested to see the outcome. Funny, he is encouraging her to go back online because he feels that is the best use of her time. I’ll have to suggest your ebook to her.

    • Rachel,

      Thanks for thinking of suggesting my ebook. The problem with meeting someone online is that you don’t see the person – their body language, posture and physical appearance. There is so much to knowing another person. That’s why this ebook is only the first in a series. Once you meet someone, if you think this person is right for you, there is so much more to know and understand about yourself and the other person.

      Warmly,

      Dr. Erica

  4. Online connections can work… I’m not a result of that but my sister in law is, and actually so is my neighbour… So it is doable… I don’t remember the type of site, but a dating site. I guess you gotta do what works for you!! There will be times it works and times is doesn’t! My husband and I met in person in our little town community. I actually knew his brother and father before I met him.

    • Holly,

      I think it is so much better to meet someone’s friends and family even before meeting him. The more you know about a person’s upbringing and character, the better chance you have of creating a workable relationship. But people can know a lot about another person online – the way they respond to others, what other people say about them, what they write about, what they offer for sale. But online is only one way to meet. There are many other places in our daily lives that offer opportunities to meet – if we are looking and open.

      Warmly,

      Dr. Erica

    • Lesly,

      I think it really helps if you already know someone, but what if you don’t. That’s why people need help. They may need ideas and suggestions on how to go about meeting a new person if they don’t know anyone currently and they do want a relationship.

      Warmly,

      Dr. Erica

  5. Erica, There are lots of dating sites online and people swear by social media. It’s a sign of the times as people tend to have a wider group of friends online rather than in the “real world”, and don’t have the time to go out socially. I have never used these methods before but good luck to those that do :)

    • It can be difficult, and at times scary, to meet a total stranger online and then meet in person. But it happens all the time. And it causes rifts in marriages and intimate relationships when one partner starts getting emotionally close to someone online. People reconnect with their exes when their current relationships are in a struggle. And lots of people have met “the one” online. But my book lists 104 places to meet – and most of these are NOT online.

      Warmly,

      Dr. Erica

  6. Me and my partner met in a Taxi… we shared one and then we were introduced by friends…(small world!) seems what you desire is always under your nose you have to make yourself available 😉

    • Sarupa,

      I love that. This is what I talk about in the book, not specifically a taxi, but anywhere, any time, you can meet someone new and special. Online dating and meeting for coffee can get you comfortable at meeting new people and talking. Then you can be anywhere and meet someone new and interesting.

      Warmly,

      Dr. Erica

  7. Wow! 104 places to meet someone. As I work online a lot, I tend to look online for everything, if I was looking for romance then I’d start online! That said, my husband found me online 10 years ago after we’d had a break from each other, so I’m probably biased about how effective online dating is.

    • Sarah,

      But you reconnected with someone you already knew online. That is very different from finding a new person online. I am not crazy about dating sites because people can lie and exaggerate their qualities, but if you see someone’s web site, web presence, social media interactions and more, you can know quite a lot about someone. Then it is a matter of how attracted you are when you meet in person.

      Warmly,

      Dr. Erica

  8. Dr. Erica,

    I sat across the table from the woman I was to marry as I registered for the Landmark Forum in October 1994. We found ourselves in seminars together and a deep friendship formed. There came a point in time when we spoke each and every day.

    We did it all backwards. We moved in together, went on our honeymoon and then set a date to be married.

    Next August we celebrate 13 years married. We are strong together, compatible and very much in love.

    Thanks for letting me reminisce about our beginnings.

    RICK

    • Rick,

      It is wonderful to meet your life partner in a non-expecting moment, getting to know each other and gradually getting closer and then falling in love. When it builds slowly and you really get to know and like each other, it is more likely to last and remain loving as your relationship has. That is a special gift you need to always remember.

      Warmly,

      Erica

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