Get out and about There are lots of men out there, you just need to create the opportunities to meet them. Get busy, think about your interests — do you like art? Start visiting art galleries and museums. What about taking up a new sport or language course? Even if you don’t immediately meet “the one”, you will be widening your social pool and could make great new contacts and friends, that might just lead you to that special someone.
Catch his attention
You don‘t want to be overtly obvious, but sexy, subtle signals like a smile or a glance in his direction should be enough to show you‘re initially interested. Follow it up later (or the next time you see him) with a casual greeting and see where it leads you.
Be different and stand out from the rest
Men like confident, independent women. Show you’re interested but make it clear that you have other friends and things in your life and that he isn‘t the centre of your world.
Make an effort with your appearance
Men like to look at nice things. It doesn‘t matter what size or shape you are, if he see you‘ve gone to some trouble to look good for him (and yourself) he’ll feel flattered.
Still not met him?
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Don’t be possessive or jealous.
People in general need their space and that goes for boyfriends too.
Try to have some shared interests and make quality time for each other.
Don’t turn into his mum!
A man likes attention and TLC but a nagging, list-writing, interrogating girlfriend will remind him more of his mother than a sexy girlfriend.
Don’t try to change him.
Love him warts and all or dump him.