This knowledge caused me to want to contact anyone I thought I might be interested in as quickly as possible.This in-turn had the affect of causing me to want to view as many profiles as I had time to so I could find as many potential dates as possible.
In the beginning, this was caused mostly because I was shy and wary of online dating.Even with this knowledge I would often revisit the profile. I suppose it was similar to window shopping for something you know you will never buy (and I know I’m not the only one who does that).Near the end of my online dating experience, I was having enough success that my schedule was rather full with dates.In each of the cases for not contacting I described above, if the woman would have encouraged me in any way I would have contacted her.She was already on my “maybe” list – any encouragement would have moved her right to the “future date” list.At the same time, she might describe some traits she really disliked that I knew I had.
In these cases, I knew I really liked a profile of a woman who would likely not like mine.
Brett (Guy Pearce), a friend of the host from Melbourne, has just landed a job as presenter of a TV gossip show. Tash (Claudia Karvan) is a science journalist for a national newspaper, studious, intense and self-conscious.
They have nothing in common, so naturally they get it together.
At this point, I would often revisit profiles because I wanted to figure out who I wanted to contact next.
My advice to a woman who in interested in someone who is looking at her profile but not contacting her would be to give some encouragement. Just viewing his profile several times might work as well.
Obviously a woman should feel free to write the guy if she is comfortable doing so.