They do not want what you want and you are nothing more than a statistic they are using to boost their self-worth.If it makes you feel better then you can be fairly confident in the knowledge that anyone so doubting of their own value is not worth your time and definitely is not anyone you want to be in a relationship with.Remember, if you message twenty or thirty people every week, you should get responses from live people and the silence from the others is nothing to be concerned about.Do however note that if you are sending out hundreds of inquiries without at least a 5 percent rate of return that you probably do need to take a lesson from this dating rejection and adjust your approach.More common these days is the ghost; you meet someone and the date goes well and then they are difficult to reach for a second date, your texts go unanswered for hours and days, and eventually they just stop responding entirely.To be blunt, this speaks of a certain degree of cowardice on their part.Incidentally, if you are still laboring under the idea that any large scale commercial service is your friend or ally then you need to rapidly disabuse yourself of that notion. If you want someone who actually cares then hire someone who actually deals with you as a person and stop buying into the illusion that a Fortune 1000 company cares whether you find your mate, or are eaten by radioactive weevils for that matter.The big online dating sites care that your credit card runs each month and if you happen to forget the account and let it run for a year? Once you sift through the chaff of moribund accounts, then you will run into people who are, while technically alive, not seriously looking for a relationship.
Obviously you would like things to have turned out differently but you will find that knowing is better than not knowing.
If you plan on trying out some online dating sites, be prepared to be rejected.
Not once or twice or a dozen times; if you want online dating to work for you then be prepared to be rejected hundreds or even thousands of times.
However, be honest; recently, a famous billionaire in the technology industry was dumped by his actress girlfriend and his comment was that “it hurt bad.” That is an honest statement, dating rejection hurts and to minimize that pain is to devalue your experience.
If we acknowledge that the experience is painful, then why would we want to get back onto the horse or put our hand back on the stove?