I don’t know, maybe some girls might think of that as a compliment but personally, I would have preferred a simple message like, “Hey, would you like to talk?
"Most people crave authentic interactions and typically respond in kind." Hilgers also explains that with asking someone out and feeling vulnerable (because you are) usually comes the underlying self-confidence that you will be okay whatever what the response. Julienne Derichs, LCPC, a Chicago-based couples counselor with over twenty years of experience, told me that the best way to make rejection easier is by basically getting rejected more often. We've all gotten stuck playing the "what if" game in our own minds. It's not always obvious, but according to dating coach Rami Nuseir, who runs Gutsy Geek, men are just as afraid of rejection as women.
Sharp also said that we're in need of a new model of dating to reflect today's society, where people are making conscious decisions about what they want in life and who they want to create a relationship with.