You need to screen each man before you agree to go out with him. If he says he’s interested in casual dating or friendship and you want marriage, you shouldn’t even waste your time emailing him!
Send a first email to get the conversation started.
Once you’ve got his attention, you can let him pursue you.
One of the most common complaints I hear from sisters is their inbox is full of men they’d NEVER date in real life.
Guys who look like ex-convicts or who remind them of their elderly uncle seem to be the only ones paying them any attention. Now I know you’re old-school and you’d rather have a man show you that he’s interested by sending you an email first, but it doesn’t work that way online.
You’re probably sick and tired of the wrong men writing you.
You’ve had enough bad dates to last a lifetime and you just don’t want to waste your time anymore.
Are you about to cancel your subscription to your online dating site?
Or, are you scared to even try online dating in the first place because of all the horror stories you’ve heard from your friends?
You may have noticed in your daily life that miscommunications abound.
You misinterpret a look, someone’s sense of humor or a turn of phrase.
“She looked at my profile first but didn’t wink or contact me. You may have changed your primary photo, which caused him to not trigger that he’s been there before. The fix: You can circle back with a new email weeks later (maybe the timing just wasn’t right), but be emotionally prepared to move on.