Internet dating polite rejection
Like conducting a job search, online dating is an exercise in patience, compatibility, and, sometimes, rejection.
If you are worried that they need you in some way, you can offer to remain friends after the breakup.
You use the internet to varying degrees of success, clicking and writing emails and then clicking some more, and sometimes, if the cards are in your favor and the stars align, you end up meeting a stranger in a public setting and make awkward small talk while wearing shoes that pinch your toes and more makeup than you would for a Tuesday.
When it’s over, you’re euphoric or despondent, alternating between mapping out a future for yourself or envisioning waiting for an email that never arrives.
The way I see it, better he NOT chose you and waste your time or save you heartache and disappointment later. There are a myriad of reasons YOU reject guys online as well.
You wouldn’t expect them to take it personally and feel all crappy about it, right? (And I know that some of your reasons are completely silly, btw).