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Yes, but I really think you are going to serious risk by doing this, doing to how people are quick to contact authorities or what-not.

I had a situation online where I emailed a woman online, and she did respond by saying that she felt no attraction towards me.

There’s a video doing the rounds of a mom (she’s definitely a ‘mom’ not a ‘mum,’) and You Tube personality Doe Eyes telling a boy who’s been making the moves on her daughter that he needs to learn to take no for an answer.

She starts, 'you probably picks something up from society’s messages about how when you want something you need to try harder, go at it, do whatever you can to get it, don’t give up.

So, just because she says no now doesn't mean she'll never say yes.

But that doesn't mean you should send her cards, candy, or flowers once a month either.

It is also possible that your response might have also been edged in resentment from her initial rejection, therefore she reacted to it. if you keep trying you will simply driver her up the wall. Sometimes it is that friend zone that can cause someone to wonder if they might have made a mistake in their judgment.

In those situations the persistent men could tell that even though that woman was saying no she felt some kind of connection with him.

However I'd say if you're in a situation with a woman where you have the opportunity to ask her out repeatedly you might want to keep it friendly as long as possible, but not so much that you get friendzoned. He met this woman that had so much in common with him, and they really were a perfect match, but she kept shooting him down because he wasn't "a Christian".

I have noticed on some of these "how we met" stories between couples...where a man, who had indeed, ask the same woman out on numerous occasions to finally to get her to cave and say "Yes". It went like gangbusters after that and within a year, we were married. Having said this, it's not as if he doesn't have wonderful qualities and that we weren't compatible.

I hear about these stories, and feel at liberty to ask a woman out more than once, but I don't think I can simply do that without annoying the crap out of them, however, I heard of successful stories where a persistent man has succeed and even marry such a woman. He basically has everything that a large percentage of the female population would want in a man, plus more.

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