Ambivalent men dating
Going back to the part about men having a difficult time communicating, this emailing part is also difficult for them.
They want to meet you in person, where they can actually get to know you where it counts. Why waste time online when you can see if there is a connection in person?
These can have disastrous results because what men think looks good, isn’t what women find attractive.
Or they use the picture they took of their car, dog or sunset.
It’s like shooting fast moving fish in an ocean with a ton of other hunters all around you. Fill your profile with easy conversation starters and respond to some of those lackluster winks and emails.
If a man finally does get a woman to respond, she often wants to participate in long and extended emails over long periods of time.
He can use provocative words and make suggestive jokes.
In adulthood, women speak on average twice as many words as men do in a day.
It’s valid for a woman to want to get a sense of a man via emails before she meets him, but for both your sakes, do not drag it out.
In person is what matters and where he can actually show you his great qualities. Ladies, have you ever tried putting yourself in the man’s shoes when online dating?
Having experienced both sides of online dating through my male and female clients, I wanted to illuminate to the females on what it is men hate about the online dating process and how that reflects in some very common online dating behaviors.
By the way, I am fully aware this article is based on generalizations.