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If that’s too weird, have your friend come along to lessen the pressure. You know that bar you go to every Thursday night for trivia, hoping against hope that someone new and exciting will come in and totally change your life?Yeah — the chances of that happening are pretty slim. But no one else is going to if you don’t start diversifying your hangouts.I was shell shocked, and not because I’d just realized that I’d just become a person who uses the phrase “my astrologer told me” in everyday conversation. That’s too bad, says Amie Harwick, a licensed marriage and family therapist: “While meeting people as potential partners, or even just as friends, is possible on digital applications or social media, meeting people in person tends to yield better results,” she says.
And love for most people seems to emulate that—a laborious growing process.I wanted someone insatiable, someone whose eyes set ablaze when they talked about something important to them.I wanted someone who was a good friend, a motivator, someone who enjoyed being a blessing to those around them.I recently had a natal-chart reading from my astrologer, during which he told me that if I ever wanted to find love, I’d have to, in his words, “get the fuck off dating apps.” Why?“Because they’re low-frequency ways of meeting people,” he told me.