I think some people take it for granted that every time they go on a date, the person is going to connect with them and like them. Sometimes things just don’t spark and it is not anyone’s fault because “it is what it is” when it comes to attraction.
Of course, many of us have huge egos and the fact that someone doesn’t like us seems to just bug us so much. Why is that? Why do we believe that every time someone asks us out, it automatically means there is a love connection? I know some women feel as if they don’t even have to put much effort in because they were “asked” out or pursued first. Then they act shocked when they don’t get asked out for a second date.
When someone asks you out or you go on a date, do you expect them to like you so much that their initial attraction to you will automatically start sparking into something deeper?
How do you think we handle rejection in the form of no second dates or “sorry, not interested” responses start happening?
What did you do when someone you were dating decided not to call back?
By Wise Diva, Misadventures in Atlanta