Dating someone with similar interests, want to add to the discussion?
So, you find the perfect pastime - be it reading, rambling or clubbing in spandex - you go along, have fun and find your eye drawn to a fellow attendee. Understand that alone time to enjoy your separate activities, can be healthy. When you are meeting and communicating with matches most people are trying to establish whether they have anything in dating someone with similar interests with each other. Here are some available suggestions.
I think it's nice when two people have varying interests, part of the fun of relationships for me is getting immersed in new areas of interest, and learning from a partner, while sharing my own areas of expertise with someone who also wants to be involved in my interests. Post titles must be a descriptive, in depth question and searchable using keywords, or will be removed. Including your answer to comment 7.
If you place too much emphasis on the individual interests, you may be missing out on some great people who might not match up on paper. Try to find another set of interests that your relationship can survive on. Standing makes you more approachable, so don't hide yourself away in a corner. I think that common interests are pretty important, but common values are more important.
Learn from her hobbies. That kind of mutual growth and discovery is really awesome, and it wouldn't have happened if I insisted on dating my carbon copy.
For those who prefer music and four walls, there are quirky club and band nights sure to spark conversation. I decided I had much higher standards for a partner, that I needed somebody to be good rather than merely smart, and this has worked out wonderfully.
If you only look for people who play guitar, you miss the awesome guys who just love to rock out. And that's not little things either. The Case for Settling for Mr.
I'm not sure I will ever bother to date again. About how you post it: Even gazing soulfully into each other's eyes or cuddling gets a bit old after years, if you don't have anything else to do.