Are you a night owl or a worker bee? A new study has the answer. MySingleFriend.com along with psychologist David Holmes sifted through member profiles by the thousands. Certain types arose out of this. These are the type of people who work all the time and hardly have any time for dating. This type is in constant contact via their smart phones. They are often attracted to one another as they find sympathy in work pressures, common goals and their precision approach to life. The next type is man’s best friend. This is a person who is enthusiastic, cute and loves to be the center of attention. This type has lots of friends, is loyal but doesn’t often like being alone. The night owl is one almost everyone knows. This is the late teen early twenty urge to go out all night and party. It lasts for some beyond those years. But it can put a damper on finding a serious, long term relationship.
Another type is called the shark. This person is a bit too cool to be in a monogamous relationship, at least until they’ve met their match. The last type is the picky panda or the perfectionist. This person doesn’t want to commit until they find that perfect person for them. Until then, they won’t leave their comfort zone. Do any of these fit you or someone you know? Remember there is nothing wrong about being single, especially if you choose to be that way. But if you are interested and in a rut, there are many ways to find the person for you. Online dating has become very popular, and it’s chic unlike the silly and desperate want ads of the past. Why not look at a few and see if one speaks to you? Go out of your social circle. Volunteer, go to different bars and restaurants, explore a museum or art gallery, or volunteer to coach a local sports team. Going outside of your usual routine will help you meet new people. That special someone will pop up when you’re not even looking for them. For more advice on finding the perfect match for you, read Calling In “The One”: 7 Weeks to Attract the Love of Your Life by Katherine Woodward Thomas.