A simple dialogue that got all messed up due to the computer's inability to convey tone, warmth, sarcasm and eye contact?
If you're gonna talk about something serious, face it, you'd probably be better off in person than laying it out there in Outlook.
Yes, online dating can be a bit of a slog, a chore, a job, but that doesn't mean that you should treat it that way.
" can be read as an insult as much as a compliment. The part before the date is where you're supposed to charm and dazzle us, not bring us down with tales of romantic fantasies dashed. Hasn't everybody, at some point, had an email conversation that went awry?
Writing back a serious missive to a serious missive is like playing tennis with a lead ball - it may be possible, but you'll be hard pressed to get it off the ground.??
Despite his best intentions, he proved to be just like all the other guys.
Think about a woman in her 40s that wants to date and lives in a suburb with kids, has a full-time job and whose friends are all married; it can be hard for someone like that to meet men.
Online dating allows her to essentially create a love life from scratch.
Just got off the phone with a client who wanted to know why he hadn't heard back from this woman he'd written to online. Just because you're seeking a real relationship doesn't entitle you to an interrogation regarding his past, his present, and his future intentions.
He showed me the email correspondence and it was promising. But upon closer inspection, I saw a few glitches that told the whole story. Even an innocuous line like "So why is a seemingly great, successful guy like you still single?
Yet we do it all the time, and we wonder why people don't get the message.
So if one party wants to talk about something weighty - the other party would be well served to recommend a phone number exchange.
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