This is perfectly understandable, and you shouldn’t meet anyone if you’re unsure or uncomfortable about it.
While circumstances, distance and other factors all play a part it’s reasonable to expect that, after six weeks of regular online contact, the subject of meeting in person will have been discussed.I got a few messages that week and it confirmed that the online dating world probably wasn’t the best place for me. Here's are the 11 best places to meet people — IRL. So if a coworker invites you go to someplace else after Happy Hour, join them.Every person I’ve ever dated, including the man I married, I met in real life. Even if you know, for a fact, that you will never date any of your coworkers (which is probably a good thing), you never know who they might ask, from outside the office, to tag along. I don’t mean inviting yourself to whatever events aren’t “public,” but if you see that one of your Facebook friends is going to an art exhibit opening or a reading at the local bookstore, RSVP and go.Starting with a coffee date also gives you less time to get anxious or self-conscious because there’s less build up.Financially, it’s also a good idea because it allows you to meet lots of matches without splashing out on expensive dates. Some people are anxious to know all they can about someone before meeting them.