Know if your dating wrong guy
Once you've toned down your panic, you can figure out what steps to take next. If the message is just something harmless and has no context for this friend, a quick "Whoops - sorry!
Meant to send that to someone else" is usually fine. Source: Okay, even when the actual content of the message is harmless and inoffensive, it can still be embarrassing to send it to a person you don't know super well or who you want to see you as a responsible person.
And any hints of serious commitment could frighten him—or anyone: Wouldn’t you be wary if a guy sent you this text after date No. Not only does this message scream, “I’m really serious about you!
”, there’s really no way for the guy to say no without starting a fight, Blews adds. Trip.” Guilting a guy into anything is the best way to get used and abused, because you’re telling him you’re desperate, he adds. ” If he likes you, that's enough to get him to reach back out, Blews says.
Well, depending on what happened, I think there’s different ways you can go about your damage control: You're not going to be thinking straight when your heart is racing a million miles a minute.I know it's easier said than done, but try to take a deep breath.A lot of times, people will be understanding about the mistake, but there are some different contexts to consider. I got an email, but I had a question about it so I needed to forward it to someone else to read. Luckily, the original sender was totally understanding. I didn’t have to start crying all over my desk and de-activate all electronic communication forever.I was heading to a meeting so I informally jotted out my rambling questions about it and hit send. Unfortunately, similar things have happened before. On a number of occasions I’ve sent a text message to the totally wrong person.