Online dating email back and forth
Often women are very sensitive to avoid scaring guys off when they date online and given some concerns you express in your email along these lines, I would be surprised if your compliments were the problem.
A More Common Explanation Above, we’ve discussed two possible reasons on why someone would stop responding although honestly we’re starting to inspect the situation with hyper-sensitivity.
If a woman is doing great, she might get 50 emails, or 150 emails, or 400 emails.
Which means that there are definitely some quality guys who don’t get through the first screening process I remember meeting a woman on in 2002.
We’ve been conversing about different meaningful subjects, he asked me to talk about them, so it’s not as if I’m beating him over the head with my thoughts.
But then again, there are enough quality women that I don’t see why you’d write to the same uninterested ones twice. I’d maybe try an IM, if you really want to give it a second shot.
You’ve been sending emails back and forth after meeting using an online dating service. The emails are getting more in-depth, you’re sharing more about each other and a first date seems all but certain. We were emailing each other every other day, and he expressed clear interest in me, with compliments, longish engaged emails, even a hint already in the last one he sent that he might want to meet (we live far apart this would be no small feat).
Instead of spending half your day deleting profiles of men you’d never consider, you could be talking to one or two decent guys at once.
Most women are not afflicted with this problem, but it is a real one, especially for the younger set. Oh, should you follow up with an email if you’ve been ignored? It wouldn’t cost much to try, but I don’t think the results will be that great.