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So if you shouldn’t send an angry email when they stop responding, what should you do?

Here’s my formula that I’ve seen have lots of success: I suggest waiting several days as a minimum but just to comment on timing: I’ve seen this approach work even a month after the last email was exchanged.

There’s no interplay and there’s no way for her to tell if you’re actually harmlessly interested or someone she should avoid.

If you are right in your anger, it will only make them feel guilty and that makes them less likely to email you again.

On the other hand, if you are wrong and they had a good reason to stop responding (a family emergency for example) then you only end up looking a bit stalker-like, or if not that you’ll still look like a risk to many people. Only write an angry email if your goal is to see them not communicate with you again.

A reader wrote in asking if it is worth his time to send a second email when a woman didn’t respond to his first.

First things first, not getting a response after the first email is normally a sign to move on.

This is not an endorsement for second emails as I don’t see them as a very good investment of time.

Still, if we’re taking the got-nothing-to-lose angle, here you go: Subject: Email Issues I received so many contacts last week that had to clear out my inbox to make room on their server.

In “real life,” when someone approaches and asks you out, you’re obliged by social custom to reply. How can I be mean to someone who thinks I deserve that kind of effort?

You may not be interested, but you can’t just pretend that the person isn’t standing there talking to you. So we have developed all manner of ways of saying no thanks, in what is hopefully the kindest way possible. And a couple times, women I have written to actually have replied with nice no thank you messages. And – here’s the odd part – a little uncomfortable.

With that said, if we’re going to assume failure because of no response after one email, there really is nothing to lose by sending a second email (aside from your time).

Here are some tips when trying your luck with a second email: Below I provide some examples of what I would envision this type of email looking like.

When you open a channel of communication (in person or online) that doesn’t in any way indicate that you’re interested in the person you’re talking with (as you would with a friend), the person being approached will just think you’re a friendly, confident person that they’re being given a chance to help out. How do you talk to someone you like without indicating your interest? Have a reason to be talking to your targeted hot someone besides the fact that they’re hot.

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