I'm sorry. I was in the wrong. I won't let that happen again. I shouldn't have pushed for a response and i have been a complete jerk about the whole thing. And you're right, I had no right to press for a response. I should've taken the clue right away, but I didn't.
It was not my intention to be creepy or rude or anything of the sort. I apologize for coming off that way.
Am I the only person who wants to leave my body and give myself a high five anytime I write someone who has "replies VERY SELECTIVELY" written next to their profile, and they respond like, within two minutes?
Plus people who incessantly message you that you have no interest in and don't even know is uncomfortable to say the least.
I agree with you. But when someone does message you, do you just ignore it, or do you respond back and tell them flat out no? I think it'd be one thing if it were 2 or 3 messages, but at 10 or more I'd probably draw the line. I guess what I'm saying is, I'd rather have the person in question tell me what is on their mind, than have to guess. I'd rather have someone be honest with me than sit in silence or lie to me.
Whenever I get rejected, as often is the case, I always start to question myself, wondering if it's something I myself do wrong (most often it is, unfortunately). This year is the start of something new for me, I'm changing the way I think and act to be a reflection of the kind of person I want to be, so that if or when I get rejected, I can deal with it and move forward. No sense in crying over something that wasn't meant to happen in the first place, right?