Rosalind Sedacca, a relationship coach and dating mentor, said, “Anonymity does strange things to people.
It gives them the feeling they are not accountable for their behavior and entitles them to be rude, crude and callous in their online communication.
Late night texts segue into meaningful phone calls and heartfelt emails. It’s all too common in online dating to have a man simply disappear in the middle of your communications.
It’s possible they have gotten back with an ex, are married and a spouse is suspicious—or any reason where they are not truly available and since they don’t really know the person, they just cut off contact, said Toni Coleman, psychotherapist and relationship coach.
Remember, the people who do this aren’t people that you’d want to date anyway.
Justin Lavelle, communications director at Been Verified, shared what he says are three common reasons for the disappearing act: He Likes You But Just Isn’t That Into You.
One of the most common reasons a person poofs is because they aren’t into you enough to continue pursuing a relationship.
It seems to be an offshoot of the digital world in which we live, where people feel as if they can hide behind a computer screen and not be responsible for the things they say.
It has begun to extend into people’s personal lives, where they still feel a disconnect and a lack of responsibility to treat the people they meet online as real human beings.
You go home feeling excited and hopeful, already looking forward to your next date with him.
Or, you’ve been seeing a man for two or three months and were excited about taking things to a more serious level when suddenly you stop hearing from him.
Consider this the ultimate red flag as to why you shouldn't date a guy.