do you keep talking to people that don't respond back to you?

@ekimflow (121)
United States
January 5, 2009 7:55pm CST
do you keep sending messages to people that don't respond back to you or do you just let them fade off into no where land?do they think that their that important that they don't have to chat back with you?it's like back in the old days they used to say you have to write letters to get letters.
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7 responses
• Philippines
11 Oct 09
No, why bother wasting my effort, nor my hand writing or typing for people who wouldn't bother responding to my emails or mails. if they don't wanna talk to me then fine, don't talk to me then. writing letters were a lot more unique back then. too bad it's gone cheap now with the use of emails.
@JenInTN (27546)
• United States
18 Jun 09
No..if I've made a lot of effort to communicate with someone and they never answer me back, I figure they don't want to talk to me..I just move on. Life is to short to wait on people that don't care about you.
@glesil_00 (1143)
• Philippines
18 Jun 09
I still try to attempt to contact because i do not know what is the reason behind of not responding. If in instances despite of my effort of contacting and yet do not respond, i send e-mail and tell what i want to say, and then try to contact again and yet no respond, in that case i give up and don't communicate too. I am thinking that if this someone do not value my time and effort to contact them there is no reason to keep in touch with them. It is hard especially if this someone is your romantic pair that happened to me that do not respond to me even i try to keep in touch. I decided to keep distance and wait what will happen, and now i am preparing myself to anything that will happen. If there is no chance to have communication, i will accept the fact that we are not for each other, and stop anything.
@gmkk1986 (472)
• India
6 Jan 09
I don't think about those profiles and some times if needed I do buzz.
@gohan2091 (544)
6 Jan 09
Usually I don't but sometimes I do. Here is an example: Several days ago, I messaged a person on eBay asking if he would give me a discount. He didn't reply so today I messaged him asking why he is ignoring me and he replied and gave me a discount. Perhaps he didn't get my first message but I really doubt that as it's saved in my saved messages box. Sometimes you just have to ask again to get an answer... If he didn't reply after then, I would have left him alone. I
@Pleiades (846)
• United States
6 Jan 09
Oh my, that's the story of my life! I'm a chatter bug online only because it's comfortable this way...it's done on everyone's schedule. Anywho, over the years I've developed some friendships (and relationships) that have been left in the cold due to inactivity on their part. My thought: How hard can it be to take two minutes out of your schedule to write a little something, anything!? You can open up a page and start an email while you're waiting for pages to load elsewhere. Other than that, it's frustrating waiting for something. A friend of mine and I are in this world together under a common bond: our men are overseas for their deployment. She hasn't heard from her man in two weeks...I haven't heard from mine in a week. What's really sad, is we know they come online because certain indications say so. When my boyfriend and I first got together, he said he'd write every day. One time, I was late and he fussed at me for it. Now, we rarely write at all. Personally, last time I wrote was on New Year's eve...I'm just waiting for him to write. It makes me feel like such a puppy dog looser. Other than that, it's hard to find someone who will write back, people are too involved with real life situations. *Pleiades
• Malaysia
6 Jan 09
I don't. I will only talk to those people who are very close to me, or who used to be very close to me. But after a while, I will get the hidden meaning which they are trying to deliver to me by isolating me. I will just move on to other friends who appreciate me more, and I am sure there are tonnes of them out there. Remember that your life is yours alone, and you don't deserve to be treated unfairly by such unresponsive people. If they're being cold to you for long term, it's either they misunderstood you or they just want to stay away from you. For the former, they ought to explain the misunderstanding because after all, you can't change something you don't know.