Dating online and meeting in person
Other times, people are just reluctant to meet you because they are still trying to decide if they like you.
After a while, any of these cases is a waste of your time.
If this happens to you, wait a few days (continuing the email conversations) and then ask again.
Unless a good reason is give for not meeting, I would not ask more than three times – there are some people out there who are looking to make online friends or live fantasies out in their head without any intention of actually meeting.
If you really hit it off on the phone (for example, did you talk for two hours without even realizing it? Regardless of the success of the first phone call, I still think the first date should come rapidly so don’t wait too long to move from phone conversations to a real meeting. Hint or specifically state that you can only be out until a certain time.
She was very nice and we got along well so I was willing to communicate but let her know I’d be talking to others while she gained comfort.Honestly, I have never felt comfortable talking on the phone for long periods of time (even to close friends) so I prefer to jump straight from the internet communication to meeting.If you enjoy talking on the phone or prefer to do so before meeting someone, treat this step like you would the first date by asking for the phone number by the third email.By this point you have talked back and forth twice and can measure how well you are getting along.You will be able to judge the situation better as you communicate: sometimes you’ll get a date on your first email, other times you may realize a few weeks of communication would be best.