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While his/her ego may be bruised initially, trust me in the long run s/he will appreciate and respect you for it, because you didn’t leave him/her hanging.” — Suzanne Oshima, Matchmaker & Dating Coach at Dream Bachelor & Bachelorette.“There is no “good” way, because you can’t control how another person will feel.Saying “no thanks” to every person who happens to wink your way seems rather tedious. You don’t know them personally, and you’re certainly not the only one they probably copy/pasted that message to. Users should focus more on attracting other members of similar core values rather than coddling those they’re just not that into.” — Maria Avgitidis, Owner of Agape Match, a matchmaking firm based in NYC, which caters to New Yorkers and Greek- American singles.“First rule of thumb: Always be gracious and honest! If you’ve had a date or met in person: ‘I really enjoyed meeting you and think you’re terrific, but I just don’t think we have that chemistry/connection that I know we’re both looking for.

So either say nothing (you don’t even know this person – you are not obligated to respond), or simply say, ‘I don’t think we’re a match, but thanks for the email.’ I think it’s important to note, though, that rejection can be a good thing!

If I hadn’t been told ‘I’m not interested’ by various men I’ve liked over the years, I wouldn’t have found the love of my life.

Seriously, this guy had cute pictures but in real life he is overweight and nothing to write home about. He is just super confident/arrogant so I knew immediately that he has lots of options.

The guys that end up really liking me are truly the bottom of the barrel in every sense (looks, intelligence). If that's what I can get then I would rather be single.

“You should always treat others, as you would like to be treated yourself.

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