Dating, Long-distance relationships

We were supposed to meet, but I haven't heard from you: what should I do?


by Vanessa Charles


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That uneasy feeling we get when we're waiting for news from someone and it doesn't come can be very unpleasant. We ask ourselves: what's happened? Should I take the initiative and contact this person? In this blog post, we'll look at the answers to these questions and reveal what you can do when you haven't heard from someone you were supposed to see.

Why did he/she leave me without news when we were supposed to meet?

When we don't hear from someone we've been looking forward to hearing from, it can be very confusing and stressful. A sudden silence can leave you feeling uncertain and confused. If you find yourself in a situation where you were supposed to see someone, but haven't heard from them, there are a few things to consider.

Let's start by assessing the situation. It's important to take the time to think about what happened and why. Did he/she mention anything that might have prevented him/her from coming? If so, try to find out more about the circumstances. Perhaps what he/she told you was ambiguous and you still don't know whether he/she had difficulties or simply forgot.

The next step is to explore the various options for resolving the problem. One possibility is to contact the person in question directly for further information. However, before going any further, it's advisable to carry out a thorough analysis of your relationship history and check whether he/she usually behaves in this way when he/she needs to see you. If this seems unusual, then contact him/her for further information and try to find a compromise so that you can work things out between you.

On the other hand, if this person doesn't show any sign of life despite several attempts to get in touch with him/her, it may be time to give up on the idea and move on. Sometimes, some people simply decide they don't want to see each other or be in contact with us anymore - this can unfortunately happen from time to time. In such cases, it's best to turn the page and move on, despite the disappointment.

Finally, when all this is behind us, let's try to learn from it and use this experience to better manage our future relationships. Let's not forget that all relationships are unique and that each person has his or her own way of communicating - so let's try to adapt our expectations according to the circumstances to avoid situations like this in the future.

What does it mean when you don't hear from someone when you're supposed to?

Worry, communication, frustration, anxiety

When you don't hear from someone you were supposed to see, it can cause anxiety and frustration. It can also lead to worry and uncertainty, which can be very painful if it continues.

Sometimes, this lack of communication may be due to something the other person doesn't want to address, or doesn't know how to address. It may be that the person is simply busy or overwhelmed and hasn't found the time to contact you. In this case, the best thing to do is to try to communicate with them and ask questions to get clear answers. It's important that you talk to the other person so that you can understand what's going on.

Another possibility is that the person has personal or professional problems that are worrying them and distracting them from your appointment. In this case, it's important that you take the time to ask for news and show your support. Your friendship and support can go a long way towards helping the person in question overcome his or her difficulties more easily.

It may also be that the person is simply nervous or anxious about meeting you, or has conflicting feelings about your encounter. If this is the case, encourage her to talk openly with you about it, so that together you can find a way to overcome this nervousness and get past the awkwardness.

In all cases, it's important to be patient and understanding, and to try to understand what's going on before considering solutions. Avoid hasty assumptions and listen carefully to what the other person is trying to say, so that you can better understand his or her point of view. Once you've done that, you'll be able to talk openly and find a solution that satisfies both parties.

In short, it can be very frustrating and anxiety-provoking when someone doesn't show up when they were supposed to. However, it's important to adopt an understanding attitude, as there are many possible reasons behind this lack of communication. The best thing to do is to try and communicate clearly with the person concerned, to try and understand what's going on, before considering solutions tailored to the needs of both parties.

How can I contact him/her again if I have not heard from him/her when we were supposed to meet?

The best thing to do when you haven't heard from someone when you were supposed to meet is to follow up. This may seem like a daunting task, but it is essential to maintaining good communication and ensuring a positive outcome. Here are a few ways to follow up with someone without looking like a stalker.

First of all, stay calm and patient. Your contact may be busy or may simply have forgotten to contact you. Don't jump to conclusions and decide that the appointment won't happen before you've tried to contact him/her again. Take the time to think about how you're going to get in touch with him/her, and make sure you choose your words carefully.

As far as possible, avoid messages that are too long and could be considered aggressive or intrusive. Limit yourself to a few short sentences to avoid confusion and clearly express your request. A direct approach is preferable, but try to keep your tone polite. Use words like "please" and "thank you" to show your respect and gratitude, which will facilitate communication between you and your interlocutor.

The third point to consider is timing. If your request is urgent, send a message immediately after you've noticed that your contact hasn't responded to your initial contact. Don't send too many messages, as this will give a negative impression and may even lead to cancellation of the proposed appointment. On the other hand, if time is not a constraint, wait patiently for a few days before sending a discreet reminder.

Another option is to send an e-mail as a reminder if the recipient doesn't respond to your phone calls or instant messages. An e-mail can be more easily noticed, as it can be kept in the recipient's inbox until they take a look at it. However, be sure to use appropriate greetings and kind words to maintain a good relationship between you and your interlocutor.

Finally, be prepared to accept the possibility that the person you're talking to never responds to your request or doesn't want to see you again; however, by sending a polite, well-formulated request, you can at least show that you're respectful towards the person you're talking to and avoid unnecessary conflict if the response isn't positive. Good communication is essential to maintaining positive relationships with others, so taking the time to send a polite request can be very beneficial in the long run.

In conclusion, communication is the basis of any lasting, healthy relationship. If you don't hear from the person you were supposed to see, it's best to try to communicate and understand the situation, rather than lose yourself in feelings of anger and frustration. Taking the time to understand can help you find a solution, and restore trust and harmony to your relationship.


How do I know if my friend is busy?

You can contact your friend via a phone call or text message to see if they're available to meet you. You can also try to reach him on social networks.

How do I know if my friend has forgotten me?

It's not always easy to know whether someone has forgotten you or has simply been busy. If you haven't heard from them after several days, you can take the initiative and contact your friend for further information.

What should I do if I don't receive a reply?

If you don't hear back from your friend after you've taken the initiative to contact him or her, it's possible that he or she no longer wants to see you. In this case, try to talk openly with your friend to get an explanation.

What if I still want to see me?

If you still want to meet, try contacting your friend again and ask if he or she is available to meet. If not, suggest another date and time that would be convenient for both of you.

What if I don't want to see me anymore?

If you no longer wish to see each other, you can make it clear to your friend that this meeting is no longer possible. Make sure this decision is respected by both parties, and try to discuss it openly to make sure everyone understands the situation.

Vanessa Charles

A (very) close friend of Cupid and a true lover of relationships of all kinds, I am the main editor of Give Me Date. I answer your questions about couples, sexuality and dating and I test dating sites to give you a subjective opinion on how to find love or meet new people.

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