How can we meet more couple friends? All of my girlfriends are single and my beau and I would love to do date nights out.
Surely one of you must have partnered or married coworkers with whom you could try being friends. If not, consider broadening your social network. Take up new hobbies and meet new people through a running club, cooking course, or language class that you take together or alone. You might also check out MeetUp.com which is a centralized website that connects different social groups in countries all over the world. You may find a group of women (such as through a book club), including married or partnered ones, who you like and want to hang out with. Or you may identify a group that is couple-focused.
You could also just be patient -- after all, your single friends must date on occasion and, when they get more serious with someone, they may be great candidates for double dates. Making brand-new couple friends can be challenging, as you may like the woman but not her boyfriend or husband. Or you may like both people in the couple but your husband may find one of them utterly annoying. As such, while you may have an idealized version of what it would be like to have more couple friends, I would recommend letting it happen naturally with only the gentlest of pushes, such as through broadening your social network. Given enough time, your couple friends will be sure to emerge.
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