The next time God gives you an opportunity to run into your “interest” (and if it’s of God, He will), just ask if he’d like to get together…a time. You mention you have similar interests, look for a chance to share in one of those activities with him.If it’s music, see if there’s something happening in your area.Here’s the difference: When you write to him first online, you’re making an introduction. You’re not telling him how much you have in common. Just because you get emails from guys does not mean that they are the men that you want.It’s the equivalent of a guy saying something funny to you at the bar. You’re literally writing a short, funny paragraph designed to break the ice. From here on in, you don’t have to do anything except mirror his efforts. If you’re dissatisfied with the quantity or quality of men in your inbox, the answer is simple: take control of your own love life. Write a cute email to one new guy a day that YOU choose. This appears to be another example of cherry-picking customs to suit our needs.
But despite this, many members of the female sex still refuse to make the first move, shying away from being the one to initiate conversation with a potential date.
Following a match, women have 24 hours to message a man and if they don't, the match disappears.
I mean, that's way to get us to be proactive with our love lives... But it also cleverly eradicates the 'oh, he's not messaged me, he must not really like me that much' thing that I'd be willing to bet is what stops most women from sparking up conversation with a potential partner.
When I am advising people about online dating issues, I get a lot of women telling me they are holding back from making contact online because they feel more comfortable having the man initiate contact.
Unfortunately, the world of online dating is such that if you hold back from contacting someone you’re interested in, you may never get the chance to meet them at all.