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Frustration with online dating

I hope you have all had a great holiday with loads of yummy food and great company. Now is the time when most of us start to think about really finally finding our match and taking things seriously. Dating is a two way street and it takes both people to make the effort to get things going.

As of lately I have heard a lot of people complaining and being frustrated with just not being able to reach the people they are matched with. They try calling them a few times, leaving messages with no luck and no return phone call. OK ladies and gents, what is going on here!! You say you want to find someone and when a nice person finally does show the interest you procrastinate in calling back. Here on Jretromatch, with the uniqueness of the matchmakers acting as a go between I really feel we can help with some of this frustration. Here is my suggestion as to what to do:

1- Call the potential match twice in a span of a week with a few days between each call. Leave a clear message with your name and number, saying which site you are calling from and asking them to return your call. You got to be specific since someone might think that you are going to call back again.

2- Let us matchmakers know when you can’t reach someone within a week of being matched up. We will then approach the other side and see what is going on.

I hope with the help the matchmakers we can reduce some of the frustration that comes with online dating.

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  • Jewish Dating » Frustration with online dating · October 14, 2007 at 7:05 pm

    [...] Nechama wrote an interesting post today on Frustration with online datingHere’s a quick excerptDating is a two way street and it takes both people to make the effort to get things going. As of lately I have heard a lot of people complaining and being frustrated with just not being able to reach the people they are matched with. … [...]

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