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How to cope if you get the ‘thanks, but no thanks’ message From time to time you may receive the odd ‘thanks, but no thanks’. Rejection is never easy for anyone to take, but it does happen to everyone at some point in their lives.
Now, I’ve seen people respond badly to this kind of message almost in a child-like ‘yeah well I didn’t fancy you anyway’ manner. Be grateful that the person has taken the time to actually respond and do the only thing you can do in this situation.
That said, you may be at a point so early in this new relationship that you aren’t sure what you should do about your profile. I’ll discuss this in the context of since most of the questions I get regarding removing a profile are for this service.
First, it’s important to recognize that there are differences between a hidden profile and a deleted profile.
That's why online dating has become such a hugely successful tool for connecting singles with the click of a mouse…or text…or however else e Harmony makes their magic work. I think Photoshop has singlehandedly changed the way people connect online, thanks to its ability to trick you into seeing something that isn’t really true (much like alcohol). Not a problem, just find a photo of the ripped abs I like online, blend here, erase there, and while I’m at it, move my image so that I’m standing in front of that new Tesla. Sadly, my mannerly friends, falsifying how you look for your online profile is never going to work in the long run.
Of the dozens of different online dating sites out there, each one has the same goal: To connect like-minded people and encourage relationships. Click save and , I’m now a good looking, ripped, rich, happening young man. So I shave off a couple years too, while I'm at it. Do you think a potential love interest will be inclined to trust a person who shows up to a date 30 pounds heavier or lighter and with far less hair than their online photo?
With dating comes an unwritten code of behaviour, which is more commonly known as ‘Dating Etiquette’.Something that says ‘Hey, I took the time to read your profile, we seem to have things in common and I’d like to know more about you, if you like my profile too’ (not literally though! How to say ‘thanks, but no thanks’If you were approached in a bar by someone you weren’t that interested in you wouldn’t just ignore them, would you?Most likely you would think of a polite way to let them down, for example ‘sorry I’m not looking for a relationship’ or ‘I’ve already got a boyfriend/girlfriend’ sort of thing.As you both met online you will both be in the same predicament, so talk it through together and make a joint decision.Most sites will usually let you put your profile on hold or let you delete it and re-activate it should you need it again in the future.