How to handle rejection in dating dating site kentucky
Online dating over 50 is a petri dish for weird behaviors, a lot of it kind of fascinating.
But one of the weirdest behaviors is the phenomenon of people getting their feelings hurt by, and reacting angrily to, people they haven't even met.
So when women tell about guys they emailed a few times who call them every foul name imaginable because they wouldn't go out with the guy, I get worried for these women.
When I didn't follow up with a woman I met once for what can only be called a bad date who then sent me a note telling me in some graphic detail how awful I was for not contacting her, I was confused. If we applied for a job and didn't get an interview, or got an interview but didn't get the job, would we send a hostile note? So this laboratory called online dating has some quirks.
And haven’t you had some successes in your personal life that far outweigh any temporary setbacks you’re feeling in your love life?
When love seems to be slamming the door in your face, it’s important to remember the windows you’ve opened for yourself.
Or perhaps we met once, didn't have a great date and thought it was OK to politely go our separate ways, only to find that the other person thought a trip to Paris and marriage was on tap for the next date.
(A brief aside: another weirdness of internet dating is how many convicted felons there are out there - male and female.
These can be personal goals met, adversities overcome at work, self-expression achieved through art, or the contribution made by helping others.
And don’t forget the other types of love all around you!
I've had several first dates where we enjoyed each other but things didn't heat up enough intellectually, spiritually and physically, to go to the next step only to get texts or emails along the lines of "Most men I meet can't WAIT to see me again!
" (That is an exact quote.) Another potential date (this one was three to four years ago, but the memory is clear) and I texted back and forth about when and where to meet.
I guess I would have thought once you hit 50, committing a felony wouldn't be on anyone's bucket list, but I've met several women who have dated recently-convicted felons, and I have dated two, one of whom was wearing her court-ordered ankle bracelet on our date.) But back to the hurt feelings.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating