The fade out dating
Maybe you ask a couple friends to decipher the message.
Then you wonder if the Slow Fader received your text response “Sounds great!
Do not use a Slow Fade campaign to “keep someone on the line.” You might think it’s a good strategy to keep your options open, in case you’re interested in resuming the romance later.
But that’s not likely to happen if your Slow Fade recipient was left flopping around in your dank pool of wishy-washiness.
The "Fade Out" is when you slowly stop hanging out, calling, emailing, and text messaging, a friend or more specifically a lover, with the intent of never speaking to them again.
The "Fade Out" when put into action correctly should take no more than a month to completely "Fade Out" the offending party.
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(You can always blame the earlier flame-out on bad timing.) Your date will appreciate that you were decent and endured a little discomfort to truly respect their feelings.
Slow Faders will send occasional texts wishing you “Happy Tuesday!
” or “Good luck on your 5K.” Sometimes they will make vague references to “getting together soon” or seeing you when “their crazy work schedule calms down.” But – and here’s the big tipoff – they never actually ask you out. Here’s the likely scenario: The Slow Fader likes you and all, but he or she doesn’t want to continue dating you.
Or if you’re the one doing the asking, you receive a murky “Sounds fun, but it’s a busy week. However, that person spent just enough time with you – maybe on your couch or at your dinner table – that the Slow Fader would feel super guilty ignoring you.
So instead of telling you they don’t want to see you again, they maintain infrequent and distant communication for a few weeks before finally dropping off the face of the earth.