I am calling on your collective creativity to help me think through an approach for a woman who reached out to me via eHarmony and then stopped communicating. I know this sounds like wasted effort already, but there is an intuition about this situation that will not go away (this is the one you take home to mom) - and the problem seems intractable. Have never used this website before, so I'm interested to see how this goes...
Was on eHarmony for a bit and lost interest. Checked after a couple months of inactivity and this amazing woman with an amazing profile reached out 10 days previously. My excitement got the best of me and I reached out via email (bypassing the typical eHarmony process). Of course I saw that she read my email, but that was it - didn't hear back so what I wrote didn't pique her interest enough to return the email, or I turned her off, or a million other things in her life. I've had this happen once or twice before and I move on no prob... can't let go of this one.
I'm a confident nice guy with education, a physique, and real world experience. I just need to have a conversation with her and I am very confident we will hit it off based on our backgrounds, personalities, values, etc. I just need the opportunity. This is where your creativity could help out...
Of course I've pieced together her identify with a couple data points so I know where she works, work contact info, etc (yes throw me the stalker label) and I still have the ability to send her another message on eHarmony. I am pretty sure there is no future no matter what I write on eHarmony (feel free to state otherwise). I was thinking of putting together an elaborate internet scavenger hunt starting with some flowers sent to her work and initial instructions. Yes, I am reaching here. Interestingly, I have some connections into her grad school alum network and those people would vouch and possibly set up something she thinks is work related and I surprise her... so that may be in the works. Anyway, that is about as far as I have gotten.
This isn't about picking up a random girl, I really want to date her with the possibility of a future (insert smallest violin in the world).
Hope to hear back brothers and sisters,