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Why don’t you give me your regular email address so we can reach each other more easily?
” You want to take the email offline because it builds momentum in the budding relationship. In addition, when you take the email exchange off-site, you reduce the chances for either one of you being distracted by other singles while corresponding with each other.
The process becomes fun and energizing, rather than waiting, stressed-out, for that What about the people who don’t respond to your messages?
People don’t respond for a number of reasons that a) may have nothing to do with you (don’t take it personally) and b) you may never find out (don’t waste your energy).
You log in to find your mailbox flooded with generic messages: hi, hello, how’s it going, I like your eyes and your smile. You’re struggling to write another unique, interesting message, but you’re just not sure how to take it from online to a first date—or, you’ve found yourself speed-dating through awkward, uncomfortable first dates. I’m here to teach you an easy, three-step process that will teach you how to navigate from the first message in your inbox to screening your first dates so dating becomes again and dating fatigue is a thing of the past.
When you start online dating, keep a list of singles who catch your eye—this is a list of people you would be interested in contacting and knowing more about. I first experienced online browsing fatigue when I used Ok Cupid.
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You’ll get a good feel for whether or not they are someone you’d want to spend time with alone.
It prevents you from going out and wasting time on a date with someone who appeared to be charming, intelligent, and fun over emails, but is a bore face-to-face.
When you do decide to move things to the phone, it’s important to be specific about the time.
Don’t be vague like “Call me tomorrow afternoon.” Set a specific time: “Tomorrow evening between 7 and 8.” This reduces the chance for missed calls or calling back and forth—which ruins the feel-good anticipation and positive momentum of receiving a phone call from someone you’re into.