Most often, men complain about the lack of the response.
Most often, women complain: “If I don’t respond, I’ll receive another insulted message. When I say a polite ‘no’, I’ll receive another insulted message. As results are the same, it becomes challenging to find a reason to respond. Anyway, I receive too many messages. They are a mixture of ‘Hello’ and ‘Why didn’t you reply??!’”
We’ll help both sides.
You have been told that self-confidence makes you attractive.
This is true.
You may also have heard how to act self-confident. Don’t walk. Don’t move glasses around the table. Don’t make faces. Don’t blush. Breath slowly. Don’t shake. Keep your heart rate at 62 per minute.
I used to sign up to dating sites because I was shy to ask out strangers. At least those whom I liked much.
Nowadays I have enough confidence to ask out anyone. This is how I met a big love of my live.
I met another big love on a dating site. Everyone else whose personality fitted to mine I also met online.
The difference between online dating and “real-life dating” isn’t about the quality but about the risks. Let me explain what I mean by using a personal example.
Life gives us both good and bad things. We don’t smile all the time. You don’t have to. However, for that five seconds, when a picture is taken about you, think about something wonderful. It matters more than you might think.
Someone close to me recently told me that she had uploaded a picture to Diamonds only to please me. Otherwise, she felt uncomfortable. I know how this is.
There is a conception that being on a dating site is “strange”. People say “you shouldn’t force these things to happen. Let the Fate arrange it for you.”
The first question is: what “these things” exactly means. Why does one sign up to a dating site?