Dating and a first date
Either way you approach it, they won’t mind if they are having a good time.
If they you not break your plans you may want to evaluate how well the date is going!
I once talked to a woman for two months before we met.
She was very nice and we got along well so I was willing to communicate but let her know I’d be talking to others while she gained comfort.
Other times, people are just reluctant to meet you because they are still trying to decide if they like you.
After all, contacting someone is just a pre-cursor to the first date.
I made this mistake early on and now understand why a few girls, after several emails, would ask direct questions like “Is there anything else you would like me to answer? There are times where you will feel like you are communicating with a “great catch” only to realize what a mistake that was 60 seconds into the first date.
It is important to meet early on so less time is spent talking to the wrong person and more time is spent trying to find the right one. The first date should be planned not long after communication has begun.
A grown woman (or man if the lady is asking) can decide in a few weeks if she would like to meet you – someone looking for a pen pal should do so somewhere else.
Your time is valuable and should be used to communicate with people truly interested in meeting you.