They’re probably closed you out and you didn’t know. I WISH they had closed me out, that way at least I know they’re weren’t interested, they would be removed from my list.And I don’t close out any matches even though they haven’t responded in weeks/months because there’s always a chance.
You don’t even notice that she hasn’t responded because your distracted by the new excitement of these new matches.But then, you start realizing, wait a minute, no ones responding back to you.Playing the cat-and-mouse dating game can be exhausting.Whether you’ve just met a guy you like, you’ve been casually dating someone new or you can’t get over your ex, figuring out how to act is anything but easy.So everyday since I’m up at midnight, I log in and get my 7 new exciting matches. That’s active, open, matches, that I’ve sent my multiple choice questions over to, and I’m patiently waiting for their response. In ADDITION to the 748 matches I am currently waiting for a response for, I have also 436 archived matches and 721 matches I’ve closed out. So you’re saying I matched on 29 levels of compatibility with almost 2000 women in San Diego?
So before you know it, you’re waiting on 5 girls to respond back, and then it’s 10, then 20, then 50! As of tonight I was in stage 1, waiting for 748 matches to respond back to me from stage 1. You’re probably thinking Steven, you should be more selective anyways, you can’t just be communicating with every person you get matched with. So all together I have been matched with 1905 and different females. Or whats more likely is you sent me every girl in San Diego in 7 girl increments.
You can’t proceed to the next awkward stage of eharmony until the other person responds back.
So you send over your questions for stage 1 of 4 and then you have to wait for them to respond. But it’s fine, you don’t really care that this person hasn’t responded in a day or two because each day you get a new batch of matches hand picked by these computer gods as people that match you on 29 levels of compatibility.
I think I’ve run out of girls in San Diego to be matched with. I got an email saying my last month was refunded and when I tried to log in it said: Say whaaaaaaaaaa.
More recently my matches have been have been way out of my San Diego radius, as far as Los Angeles!? So since posting this blog, eharmony has CANCELED my account. Apparently in the terms of agreement they can cancel your account at any time for any reason. Because I wrote a blog about my negative, yet 100 percent accurate and true, experience!? I can only assume that’s the reason why, some how, some way they linked Single Steve with my real life eharmony account, and CANCELED me.
You still hold on to it, and check to see if you won, you know, just in case.