Polite dating rejection letter

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I’m very new to e Harmony and have gone on two dates with one of my first matches. They put themselves out there – their emotions, their hearts, their hopes.

I don’t want to hurt her but I don’t want to waste her time either. In my opinion, this one is pretty simple; all it takes is just a bit of maturity combined with honesty and sensitivity. When two people begin to date, they put so much on the line.

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Typically sane individuals can become a jumble of nerves, anxiety and expectations.

I said she should just take it on the chin and ignore it. The socially appropriate thing to do is to just no respond.

) Give that person the ability to brush off the rejection and process it in their own way.

They convince themselves it is better to just fade away.

They reason that vanishing without a trace is better than rejecting someone out right…right? By not addressing the situation, you will often succeed at exactly the thing you want to avoid: hurting someone.

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