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It doesn’t mean he’s lost all interest in you…more likely he has found something that interests him just as much but is more accessible (closer in this case) to pursue.
Responding to This Situation All that being said, I think it’s very reasonable for you to reach out to him. That is, I would just come out and say “Why did you stop emailing me?!
When I was excited to talk to a woman I could barely wait to write my next email and actually had to force myself to pause sometimes. In this case, I would think it’s unlikely that you did something wrong. However, once the long emails start I believe the (unspoken) social contract has basically been signed and continuing to write long emails it totally acceptable.
When we’re exchanging long emails with one another in online dating, we’ve passed the point where a long email is risky. So the length isn’t something you should worry about. The second different you pointed out was that you complimented him. For example, if I wrote a woman said that I thought she was very pretty, that seems safe.
For other situations it could be having different religions or beliefs or just something as simple as not feeling a strong connection as quickly as he expected.
Now I’m not saying this is what happened but I think this scenario is more likely the cause than compliments or long emails.
There is very little excuse for him not to have contacted you, even if only to tell you he was going to be very busy an communicate much.
The last email I sent to him was nearly a week ago, it was rather long (several paragraphs, I was answering all his questions, offering thoughts and new questions, like in a real conversation) and included a couple compliments to him which I had not done before though he was offering them to me.This is a real guessing game whenever I hear about this situation.I’ll tell you that it’s normally not a great sign mainly because of how easy it is for us to quickly communicate in today’s world and how encouraged we are to do so when we’re interested in someone.I don’t want to come across as obsessive, or bother him, and I want to be pursued rather than chase him on the computer.What can you recommend I might say/do to regain his interest or just confirm that he’s still interested without seeming desperate? I’d at least like to have some closure if he doesn’t want to talk to me anymore.