Saying ‘thanks, but no thanks’ takes a few seconds and lets that match move on, rather than hanging around hoping for a response from you.No one wants to read your whole life story in an email before meeting you.Remember, if you are not fast; you are last Decide on a time and public place for a coffee and chat Agree to keep it short – say for about an hour Arrive separately and leave separately Do not commit to anything until you meet face to face – you could regret it Now it’s time to brush up on some face to face dating etiquette to see you through this important phase in setting the stage for a successful relationship Be sure to click on the above 'dating etiquette' link and read it carefully before you meet Tell someone where you will be During the date pay attention for inconsistencies in conversation Have a check-in time with a friend The polite thing to do is to make contact again in a couple of days to thank the other for the opportunity of meeting If the date was not promising, agree that the experience was worth while but that the chemistry is missing. We each have our own expectations of what we want in a soul mate. Wish each other luck and move on to your next prospect There is no point in being rude, critical or personal If there was a mutual spark worth pursuing - sound it out and arrange to meet again soon No?
Or are you just looking for a distraction from your marriage, job or life in general?
Reject any websites that mess you around with links that mislead and deceive you and use hard-sell tactics.
A plethora of online dating and matchmaking agencies have emerged with this new convenient way of looking for love.
Unfortunately, standards of honesty tend to slip when using this faceless method of communication.