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I’m a senior in college and will be graduating in May.I recently got out of a 1.5 year relationship with a girl who I saw a future with, but unfortunately she fell out of love with me.I have been told that I am amazing and an incredible boyfriend/person, but I am worried that finding a great girl after graduation will be difficult due to working a lot of hours (Engineering) and not being around tons of single girls.I’m not one to go to bars/parties - mostly the gym and church.Just keep your chin up and don’t feel rushed to get into a relationship. I thought it would be difficult, but within three years I was remarried with a baby. I am also an engineer and have been out of college for a few years.It was way easier to find dates before I graduated college. BUT post-grad life is good, you just gotta focus on you and growing yourself.You won't be happy in a relationship unless you can be happy by yourself first.

Sometimes life likes to fuck with you but the other commenters are right after college you need to build a social life or else it is very hard to meet people and online dating sucks. But so many people don’t end up marrying their college SO and are in the same boat. Here you’ll find some top dating tips for men on how to date women (if that’s what you’re into). With so many questions, it’s hard to focus on actually getting to know your date.Even talk up guys that you get along with and squad up, you’ll have an easier time talking with groups that way and get one to adopt you guys. Had plenty of hookups and one long term thing through them. You should be able to meet people through the gym/church. Not sure where you're from, but where I'm from people don't generally stay with their uni boyfriend/girlfriend forever.Sure it happens, but in most cases people do at some point break up.

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