Dating without embarrassment
Related: 5 Things You Should Be Doing If You’re Unemployed The number one question asked when meeting someone new is “What do you do for a living?
” For many people who are out of work, that simple question can feel like a kick to the stomach. Here are a few tips for handling the awkward “I’m actually unemployed” talk so you can keep dating while you’re unemployed: Being single during a career transition can be an exciting experience, according to Adam Lo Dolce, a Boston-based dating coach for both men and women.
For some reason, looking for men on the Internet is just about the most mortifying thing a woman can do. But really, it's just being honest about what you want.
When you go to a bar with your friends, wearing your favorite semi-slutty outfit and made up like you're ready for the red carpet, you secretly hope this might be the night you'll meet that certain someone. Ostensibly, you're going out with the girls to have fun, not looking for a man.
They are: These questions are major conversation killers, according to Lo Dolce. “If you’re unemployed, work on deflecting these questions and making fun conversation. Here are a few conversation starters to try: “Stop focusing on what people do for a living and focus on what they’re passionate about instead,” said Lo Dolce.