But, it was something I found she had an emotional attachment and connection to that would be a great conversation starter. My advice: It’s not worth worrying or caring about. Never put your eggs in one basket, expecting a response from the person who seems like a perfect match for you.When you embark with online dating, you shouldn’t just expect rejection—you must embrace it and become its friend.Work and home responsibilities suck a lot of time out of the day and if you’re not meeting the kinds of people you’d like to in your area, then it may be your only option for meeting likeminded people.If you’ve had many negative experiences which have left you lonely and isolated, the responses you receive online (or lack of), may push you further into a negative vicious cycle.What is the point crafting a well-thought out message if it doesn’t get opened, or worse, seen?How to fix this: Spin it on its head and give the headline more importance.Have you all noticed how many unattractive guys there are on all the dating sites? And why do these ugly guys always seem to be my match despite height, body type and hair type preferences. Also no one over 38 means that if you are in your 50s you are my parents age and don’t have a chance in hell with me. Who are all you bitches out there making these guys think that A. I don’t care if you have all the money in the world. I don’t know any girl that has ever thoroughly enjoyed a one night stand…which it WILL BE if you sleep with him on the first date no matter what he tells you. You can’t get off with a partner that doesn’t give two shits about you because he’s in it for himself. Take care of business on your own before ruining a family over your own insecurities.
From childhood, men have been brought up to be fierce competitors, to opt for the most risky jobs, to put themselves on the line, to accept rejection “like a man” and to always make the first move.From the countless amounts of people I’ve spoken to and taught, those who have succeeded online sent out well-thought messages to as many people as possible. Some people treat online dating like they’re at a Pic ‘N’ Mix shop.So many flavours and tastes to experience, they become inundated with choice to the point that they just don’t know what they want anymore. Rejection is a massive part of life and is a prerequisite for success in any domain—however, that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t or shouldn’t affect us.During my early days into the world of online dating, I did an experiment. That’s like having a hole in your pocket which continues to leak money right to your door step.Keeping everything else equal, I wanted to confirm whether there was a correlation with income and the number of responses I received. Just digging deep into some code, whilst watching the latest episode of ‘Suits’. You shouldn’t be surprised if an unwanted visitor knocks on your door, or commits an act of theft in the night.