Simply that you weren’t what they were looking for.
The more you practice connecting and dating, (and yes, that means the more you get rejected) the easier it becomes.
However, the scattergun approach can get in the way of finding love. But managing multiple inboxes and a string of dates who have nothing in common with you can leave you feeling frustrated, overwhelmed and your self esteem in tatters.
Love isn’t a race and if a relationship is what you’re after it’s more important to take your time to find the right person for you.
So if you’re dating online choose a site that allows you to refine your search and filters based on interests (rather than their profile pic).
Furthermore, she belongs to African-American ethnic background.
If you’re dating online, remember that not all dating sites are equal.
So, stick to one dating site that matches you on compatibility and mutual interests and helps you to take your relationship offline.
Finding love starts with loving and accepting yourself. It can be tempting to portray a version of you that you think others want. Whereas, people looking for a long-term relationship tend to seek those with similar interests and values.
So, if you’re feeling less than fabulous it’s time to give yourself a much needed dose of self-love. Focusing on the positive will help you to feel happier, more optimistic and more confident. But there’s no point pretending you’re someone you’re not. So, choose accordingly and be mindful of the message you’re sending out.