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Saying “no thanks” to every person who happens to wink your way seems rather tedious. You don’t know them personally, and you’re certainly not the only one they probably copy/pasted that message to. Users should focus more on attracting other members of similar core values rather than coddling those they’re just not that into.” — Maria Avgitidis, Owner of Agape Match, a matchmaking firm based in NYC, which caters to New Yorkers and Greek- American singles.“First rule of thumb: Always be gracious and honest! If you’ve had a date or met in person: ‘I really enjoyed meeting you and think you’re terrific, but I just don’t think we have that chemistry/connection that I know we’re both looking for.
I wish you all the best and appreciate the time we spent getting to know one another.'” — April Beyer, Matchmaker and Dating & Relationship Coach for Women.
Thank them for the message, mention you don’t think that you’re the right ‘match,’ and of course, end by wishing them well.” — Laurie Davis, Online Dating Coach and founder of Eflirt Expert.
I seem to have the opposite problem of most of the women in your blog when it comes to online dating – too much of a good thing!
Unless your match writes a particularly long and thought-out message based on your profile, there’s no need to respond.The night after a boring date that doesn’t inspire you to go out again, you just fire off an email.