In my thought process...worse case scenario is I DON'T chemically connect, but I have made a new friend....which is mucho better in my eyes, than having the chemistry and not the intellectual bond of an early meet!
Try suggesting a specific activity and general time frame e.g.
And if any of these are missing, you put it off until there is either completion for meeting, or moving on..... And often when I do that....like you said our communication aburptly ends and I don't hear from them after that.
I exchanged 4 or 5 emails with a woman with whom I shared a lot of interests and activities.
But each time I contact a girl, or she contacts me everything ends after I ask to meet. I first message back and forth with them a few times to see if theres any mutual interest. Or they are just playing games & are lying about who they are & know once you meet the "illusion" is gone.
Meaning she was actually putting in some effort and 'voluntarily' sharing a little more about herself (very, very rare).
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Focus: When is a good time for a guy to ask to meet?
I've only been on plenty of fish and a couple of other similar sites for a couple of weeks. Alot of people are on here just to "see what's out there" & just chat back when u contact them, & aren't serious.
No matter how much you share, you simply won't know if you like a person for more than a chat buddy if you don't meet in person.
Typically a couple of emails and a phone call before a meet and greet, which lasts about 20-30 minutes to see if you want to make a future date to get together from there.
Just send a few emails, ask to meet for coffee someplace near her, if she says yes, then meet for 15-20 minutes max and go home.