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With that said, Charlotte or Nashville would probably suit you better, or even cities like Richmond, Jacksonville, Birmingham, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Greenville, Columbia, Chattanooga, Little Rock, you want a big city vibe, go to atlanta.There's alot of singles but have heard mixed feelings about the dating field there.If you want to move make sure you move and be settled in by March 2016 right before festival/concert seasons starts in Atlanta. You will be able to meet tons of people at these events (not saying that the winter is boring but from spring to fall the city is on another level) Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum. I'd love to be somewhere like Charleston or Savannah, but realize that being small without much industry, it won't be as easy to meet people as it would being in a bigger city.
Basically what I'm looking for: Somewhere down to earth.
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I'm 26, female, single and having been living in NYC for a few years for graduate school and getting my career started.
She was bubbly, outgoing, fun, chatty, everything she wasn't when we dated. This one will blow your mind and give you great insight on what helps in the dating.
And there are plenty of people out there that will want to date you if you give them a chance.
People in the south probably do tend to marry a touch younger than in other parts of the country, but that difference is lessened when people are in cities and are more educated.