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Or perhaps you travel to certain places for work and could feasibly date someone there.

It’s also a pain for those of you who aren’t tied to your location by your job, so you don’t care where your love is from.

In order for dating to evolve into a relationship, there must be a level of mutual "needing," presence, and responsiveness.

If you don't present these qualities to your dates, you're going to run into a lot of people who are unwilling to commit to you.

Go for a walk after an upsetting letter rejection, or allow yourself to binge on that chocolate cake.

I fumbled my way back into the scene by downloading (then deleting, then re-downloading, then re-deleting) the essential apps. And for the next six months I found myself attracted to men who lived on other continents, struggled with depression, had girlfriends or wives, or were workaholics or misogynistic jerks. I swear I've had several healthy, connected relationships. I was setting myself up for rejection by seeking out emotionally unavailable people, which was a reflection of my own emotional unavailability.

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Tip: Take some time out of your life to process the rejection.

This offers a level of comfort they can participate in the same lifestyle and activities without stress. The age range of people you are willing to date in comparison to your own age plays a big role in getting a date.

Not everyone is all about the Benjamins, but enough are that this section of a dating profile is paid close attention to. It doesn’t matter if you look or feel 20 years different than your real age, people are going to respond to that bold number. “Geographic undesirability” is plaguing online daters. If you live outside of where a person feels comfortable traveling to meet you, they will reject/ignore you. It may be the name of the city/neighborhood where you live that gives off a certain connotation.

Until a dating site implements a component that says, “I live here but I can also date people who live here,” there isn’t a whole lot you can do to combat this.

You can try to address it by mentioning it in your emails or profile so it doesn’t seem like as much of a chore to date.

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