“Where are they?” That’s what my girl friends always ask me. There are great men everywhere, but you have to look and be open to letting them approach you. Well, sisters, you have to put your phone down! Yes, that sounds easy but it’s true. By being on your phone, you are not being approachable.
I have walked into a coffee shop and then I see everyone, men and women, on their phones. There are single guys all around us. What about the guy who opened the door for you? What about the guy standing behind you in line? What about the guy who asked you what type of breakfast item is good here? You are missing out. If you weren’t so focused on your phone, you’d stop to admire the nice shirt he has on. You would check out the smile he has or the dimples! Maybe if you weren’t on your phone snapping your friends, you’d notice the nice six pack the guy next to you has under his shirt. The point is, you are not be aware of your surroundings to take advantage of the fact that you are out of the house and are in the presence of single men.
Single men are everywhere. They are at the grocery store where you shop. If you weren’t on your phone, you’d take the time to look around you. Yes, single men buy groceries, too. That’s your chance to meet them. Have the courage to ask them to reach for something on the tall shelf for you. If you’re shopping for clothes, ask him if he is a size large, because your brother/friend/cousin who is his size. You get the point. You are trying to organically make conversation with men. Get comfortable making conversation with men, even if you are not attracted to him. That’s the best way to practice talking to men, by talking to everyone who will talk to you. That can be your challenge for the month. Make conversation with men and get comfortable talking to them and everyone.