Dating savannah singles
It was frustrating because I felt like I had nothing in common with women my own age. I also found that there weren't many professional men in the area. Couple that with a population of about 1/10th the size, and a large military presence with lots of young single males....you get the picture.I don't want to scare you away, but it's something to think about.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.
I may be moving to Savannah from Boston in the next couple of months and I'm curious how it is for a young, single professional.I think the dating scene is probably difficult anywhere. So you pretty much have to take that into account if you decide to make the move.That being said, it seems that there are still plenty of people to go out with. A few generations ago, people married young and went on from there. I can't really speak for the single scene, but my son and DIL (25 23) are new to Savannah and have easily found friends their age.One of the biggest culture shocks I had coming into Savannah was the difference in age many people in the south were getting married and having kids.
I'm not sure if this is necessarilly a north/south thing - probably more of a population density thing.A lot will depend on where you live, where you work, how you present yourself, and your basic personality.In other words, if you dress like a slob, have an irritating personality, and act like an idiot, you may have trouble finding someone to date.Most of it is negativity about high crime and not being good for young, single professionals. Some of my boston friends got a good taste of the south and returned to Boston. You will be welcome back in boston if you ever want to return.