Do you believe it's possible for someone to really and truly believe that you are a great catch, can make someone else happy, be attractive to someone else, etc. after rejecting you.
I have my own beliefs on this (to be shared when the question is closed).
- Yes, it's possible80% (47)52% (22)68% (69)Vote
- I have doubts it's possible15% (9)29% (12)21% (21)Vote
- No, it's not really possible5% (3)19% (8)11% (11)Vote
Most Helpful Girl
Yeah, I think it's possible. It's part of life to be rejected, you're not going to have chemistry/be compatible with everyone and that's completely normal. By saying "you'll make someone happy one day" you acknowledge the fact that the person has good qualities but is simply not right for you. And that's fine, you can't force it. Personally I'd take it as a compliment if the person seemed sincere. I think a lot of people react to those words because it's become such a a cliche thing to say when rejecting someone. It just doesn't come across as sincere sometimes0
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Most Helpful Guy
It's possible but even when they do mean it, they mean someone who is well below them so if you think about it, it's a condescending way of letting you down. I have never heard of a man or woman reject someone who is "above" them unless they had self-esteem, anxiety or commitment issues.
It also depends how far down the line you are before they reject you. If they see (or misread in a lot of cases) signs of interest early on and drop that line, chances are they don't mean it at all. If it's over a fairly long period and they have decided you are right for them, then the chances are that they do care on some level and genuinely believe it - but, like i said it's always in a condescending manner.0