How To Actually Meet Someone This Summer, According To Matchmakers
7. Be Bold And Do You
“Once you’re out doing what you enjoy, take a few risks and talk to new people,” Jonathan Bennett, certified counselor and relationship coach tells Alloy. “If you’re in a fun, laid back environment, most people would be happy to talk to you. Some might even want to get to know you better. If you create enough of these connections, it could easily lead to romance.”
Summer is full of all kinds of possibilities. So open to each and everyone and don't be afraid to go after what you want.