The reason why we keep analyzing various parts of the e-mails that online dating website users normally write is because these details can actually offer to their receivers more numerous and reliable information.
Therefore, you should know that there are normally three ways in which someone could decide to end a written message when approaching someone online:
1.Simple and plain – just the name. Whenever you receive an e-mail ending with the name of its sender, you should feel safe to appreciate you are dealing with someone who fairly assesses the importance and the nature of such communication means. That person does not pretend being too close to you or too distant. While psychologists seem to consider these persons as the most objective and reliable, unfortunately, few online daters currently appreciate such signatures, probably hoping for something more exciting.
2.Cool and laidback – the traditional “Cheers!”. “Cheers” works just like “Later”, “Bye”, “See ya” and so on. They all indicate that the one using them is actually trying to give the feeling of being cool and laidback, otherwise said invulnerable in emotional terms. Other details from her or his profile could determine you whether you pay importance to this aspect or not.
3.Too personal – “Love, Annie”. For a person you have never talked to before to sign an e-mail in this way is a clear signal you have been targeted by someone who wants to get very close to you the fastest way possible. Therefore, you should be running as fast as you can.
Besides all these, someone can, however, end a message in many other personalized ways. If you notice one of the three patterns, you are lucky. Otherwise, try to gather extra details and rely on your instincts before deciding how to answer back.