Not interested in dating letter
If you want to acknowledge that they put the time into the e-mail, you can say, “Thanks so much for your thoughtful e-mail.
After reading your profile, I don’t think we’re a match, but best of luck to you!
I said she should just take it on the chin and ignore it. The socially appropriate thing to do is to just no respond.
) Give that person the ability to brush off the rejection and process it in their own way.
I do understand why people would prefer that rejection message.
On more than one occasion I have had those days when I felt as though nobody wanted me and I didn’t matter, and online dating was the trigger.It can be too psychologically brutalizing after awhile.I advise people to pay more attention to those who visit and view their profiles. The goal here is to save time and spare yourself unnecessary emotional agony.It is my experience that most people would much prefer to get a polite, “Thanks for your interest but I don’t think we’re a good match.I wish you all the best.” so they can stop wondering and move on.