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by  |  27-Oct-2017 22:25

So, in the New Year why not try a different method of dating: real-life conversations.

And even if you seem to hit it off with someone, engaging in only online interaction can begin to affect your real life social skills.

According to Forbes, only 7 per cent of communication is based on the written or verbal word while 93 per cent is based on nonverbal body language.

There is a big difference between showing your interest in someone and harassing them. If they don’t want to engage in conversation with you, kindly leave them alone.

If you fancy trying this out yourself, but don’t know where to start, Shelley offers some words of wisdom: "A great way is to practice talking to people you don’t know, be it mums, little old ladies, just practice opening up conversations." And if you’re umming and ahhing over whether to approach someone, Emma recommends you "always go with your gut" and to "keep it short, keep it punchy and don’t ramble." So, if you're hoping 2016 will be your year of love and happiness, what are you waiting for?

The thought of sparking up a conversation with a stranger would send shivers down most of our spines.

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