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I just find it hard to go out and even meet other people, let alone single women who would potentially like to go out with me. I TA'd a class and one of the students asked me out the class was finished.I'm in my late 20s now, and it looks like it won't be getting nay easier. And to the others who aren't - How did you meet your current SO? Initially I said no, but I checked the policies and it was fine as long as she wasn't my student at any point in time. Fw-300 .qstn-title #ya-trending-questions-show-more, #ya-related-questions-show-more #ya-trending-questions-more, #ya-related-questions-more /* DMROS */ .
I earned these bags under my eyes and my first gray hair that I shouldn’t have gotten until at least my early thirties. While these 2-4 years are often horribly challenging and we are inevitably losing years off our life, most of us wouldn’t change it for the world. So cheers to all the grad students out there, and stop reading this because you probably have homework to do.
As for people - joining groups and clubs is an excellent thing to do. My grad school actually hosts speed dating sessions.
You meet people with similar interests, and if you don't end up with a girlfriend/boyfriend, at least you'll have fun doing things you like with new friends. A friend of mine met her fiancée at one of those events! He's not in grad school, but is extremely supportive and understanding of the demands I have.
So things like dance classes (swing dance classes are very social), church groups, sports clubs, gaming clubs, hiking clubs etc, these are all good places to meet people. She was in her 3rd year of law school at the same university. She moved away to another city when she graduated, but we've been managing long distance ever since. I think a lot of people meet their SOs in grad school. I spent the first five or so years of my program single, though. It will take some time to get a decent profile together, but after that you won't have to put in much time.
In a lot of ways I think it's easier than if you were an adult in the "real world" since you're part of this extended community. You will be able to determine how many dates and when you go on them (roughly speaking).
There was a lot of boundary setting for the first year when she was still in school, but after she graduated things eased up a lot. Honestly, while the reality of being a grad student is a bit of a grind, there is actually some amount of prestige to "doing a Ph D", and some people enjoy boasting that their girlfriend/boyfriend is "doing his/her Ph D".