Dating someone from a club
The majority of couples begin with self-introductions (43%), or are introduced by mutual friends (31%).
The remainder are introduced by family, coworkers, classmates, or neighbors.
A bit more than 20% meet in bars or restaurants, with another 20% or so finding a partner online.
The rest (~30%) meet through some part of their daily lives—church, family, neighborhood, work, or school.
As a result, I get asked a lot about how and where to meet women or men for dating.
Fortunately, the question has been thoroughly studied.
Such relationships may require self-introductions though. As a result, you may have to overcome anxiety, learn to break the ice, and ask for what you want (even indirectly) to begin an interaction.
As the research indicates, there are a number of successful places and ways to meet people.
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Some ways of meeting may be better for long-term relationships than others.
Particularly, couples who meet in their daily lives, especially through church and school, are more satisfied with their relationships and less likely to break up than couples meeting other ways.