Dating saying no nicely
This means no excuses that make it seem like dating is still an option in the future. As promised, a few takes on the attraction problem: Would You Date a Guy You Weren't Really Attracted To?
So, don't say things like "I'm really busy this week" or "I'm not ready to date right now," because those can string the guy along to next week or that magical time when you are ready. Ask a Guy: "Should I Date Someone I'm Not Attracted to Because He's a Nice Guy?
And their lady friends do not call them out on this behavior (unless their lady friends happen to be myself).
Whereas if a male tried to pull anything like this, women everywhere would be up in arms, picketing outside the fellow's house, and writing to the International Association for Blowing the Whistle on Caddish Behavior, asking to have the guy in question put on the Annual List of Men Who Should Be Blackballed from Human Society. And yet--despite the way we all feel when WE are ignored in some way by dudes--we seem to think it's perfectly okay to pull the silent treatment ourselves.
Too potentially painful and awkward for both of us. but in the meantime, please remember that i went on a second date, very recently, with jacques manray.
One not particularly thin-skinned guy said, "I've been on the receiving end of that, and it's fine."If you're going to make up an excuse, make it one with no holes.
The guys I talked to made it clear that they favor the direct approach, even if it hurts, but if you can't bring yourself to verbalize the cold, hard, I-just-don't-wanna truth, you can at least honor their wishes to not string them along.
My lovelies: Over here at Maura Kelly Headquarters, we've been alerted to the fact that there's A SERIOUS PROBLEM out there in The Dating World.
To wit: Women seem to think it's perfectly okay to completely blow off dudes who ask them on a second date.
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If one person expresses interest in another date, the answer is yes!