It’s Just Lunch is the #1 Personalized Matchmaking service in the world!
No online dating profile for the world to see.27 Years’ Experience working with single professionals.
Remember while ending a few casual dates on email may be the best choice so the person doesn't have to think of something to say on the phone, breaking up with someone on email that you have been steadily seeing is never appropriate.
Because that’s the only way to tell if there’s chemistry. Our IJL certified matchmakers create a dating experience personalized just for you. Date, time, where you go." "It plans everything, down to when and where you meet.They are both very nice but I don't think that either will work out for me.My options: let it be and if they contact me, gently tell them "no." Or should I contact each of them in a week or so by phone or email and tell them it isn't going to work out. I want to act in as unhurtful and ethical way as possible.Being upfront with people, though brief and with no explanations and no reasons given, is the best approach, and your straightforwardness will be a great gift.(Of course, if the dates were very, very casual, and if you think they don't care one way or the other and that they are also exploring possibilities, it doesn't matter as much.) If in doubt, err on the side of honesty and kindness.All couples have to do is show up." We treat you as a person, not a website profile.It's Just Lunch recognizes that each of our clients is unique, and that their attributes, experiences and life goals shape the type of relationship they are looking for.As such, we are committed to working with our clients to understand their needs and provide a successful, fun and productive IJL Dating Experience.The It's Just Lunch team is dedicated to you, and this is our commitment to our clients: We will be measured both personally and professionally by our dedication to providing each and every one of our clients with the best matchmaking service possible!" (available on Amazon.com, by the way), and was able to include her in the book's dedications.Under the author photo, which Lynne took, I wrote that, as a "late bloomer" myself, I found my true love in my 50's.