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I have a pretty great job in addition to having a good life and taking good care of myself, so I always manage to bump into women who can sort of “sense” this from the way I carry myself, and they tend to be willing to meet me without me having to do all too much work.

Somehow you find the courage to walk over and introduce yourself. Your mind is racing trying to think of something to say...

"If you really connected and liked the person, ask them out again. Everyone is afraid of rejection on some level, but social psychology research shows that people tend to like people who like them back.

We tend to hold back from fear of rejection but if you want to see that person again, let them know," Dr.

Sometimes, however, I get a letter that’s a perfect segue into a topic I’ve been meaning to cover for a while.

Today’s writer, frequent commentator Ancom brings up a common set of problems that I hear about with great regularity from my readers: how you avoid running out of things to talk about with someone you’ve just met and – importantly – how to transition from “great conversation” to “getting the number” and “asking them out on a date”. I recently found your site and I’m impressed by your tendency to cut to the chase.

Monica O'Neal, licensed clinical psychologist and relationship expert, tells Buzz Feed Life.

It's important to get a sense of that person's day-to-day life. Or does he tend to take a nap after he comes home from the office?

While I’m not against planning in almost all aspects of self improvement, when it comes to social situations and conversation, it’s a terrible idea.

Planning your conversation forces you into logical frame and it's the completely wrong headspace for socializing.

You’re talking, conversation is flowing nicely, and you feel like you’re really starting to form a connection with this person…But what happens when after 10 minutes, that dreaded moment rears it’s head? What should you do when you feel like a particular conversational topic has expired?

And how do you never run out of things to say so you keep people engaged and interested? You’d think there would be so much more interesting ground to cover with strangers.