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Unfortunately, at the end of the date, instead of asking her out again or even saying he would call her, Bruce suggested "sometime" because "it would be fun to talk."Julie was surprised by this proposition and didn't know what to make of it.

After four days, Bruce still hadn't called her, and she asked me what I thought. How could a date go so well, and then, the guy just doesn't call? " With me as her dating coach, Julie is savvy enough to know that the last thing she should do is start pursuing him.

You berate yourself for disclosing your fascination with sea urchins, for ordering noodle soup and making slurping noises, or for joking about how you got the scar on your middle finger.

All this self-punishment makes you feel utterly miserable and you wonder when you became so weak, needy, or desperate.

I've had several first dates where we enjoyed each other but things didn't heat up enough intellectually, spiritually and physically, to go to the next step only to get texts or emails along the lines of "Most men I meet can't WAIT to see me again!

" (That is an exact quote.) Another potential date (this one was three to four years ago, but the memory is clear) and I texted back and forth about when and where to meet.

There are thousands of reasons why a man doesn't call a woman after a great date.

Be careful that you don’t give your power away and allow someone who doesn’t really know you to have a great deal of influence over your self-image. If a match wasn’t interested in talking with you – well go and talk to another one, there are many more online.

Anyone who enters the dating world is bound to encounter rejection.

Whether your online messages to dating prospects go unanswered, you have a great first date but never hear from the person again, or you get dumped after things were just starting to heat up, all rejections have one thing in common — they really hurt.

What makes rejection even more painful is that any effort to understand what went wrong can easily lead to bouts of self-criticism and self-blaming.

Did they reject you because you’re not tall enough, smart enough, attractive enough, rich enough, educated enough, or hip enough? Then you start to second guess everything you did and said.

That’s why rejections hurt as much as they do, not because there’s anything wrong with you — because you’re simply wired that way.

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