You can always persist trying to meet and discover someone new.Dating rejection should not stop you from enjoying your single life. You might feel hurt for some time, depending on your feelings and the effort you gave only to get rejected.While hope and persistence can be a good thing, they can also give you the wrong ideas about starting relationships.
The way I see it, better he NOT chose you and waste your time or save you heartache and disappointment later. There are a myriad of reasons YOU reject guys online as well.
You wouldn’t expect them to take it personally and feel all crappy about it, right? (And I know that some of your reasons are completely silly, btw).
Believe me, most men are so much better at this online dating thing than we are. (But keep in mind that men, especially men dating in their 40s, 50s and beyond, still have the same dating challenges we do; sometimes worse.) So just know this, and heed my advice to let the feeling of online rejection wash over you.
But getting back up and moving is always the best way to address rejection.
Let us cut directly to the chase: if you suspect that this article will feature some variant on getting back up on the horse you just got knocked off of, then you’re correct.
That having been said, that worn-out aphorism offers the reader very little in the way of actual information. After all, you just got knocked off it and, to borrow another aphorism, no one ever tells you to put your hand back on a hot stove top.