You’ve met an interesting guy online. You’ve emailed back and forth a few times, your first phone call went pretty well, and you’re looking forward to your first date in a week. Now it’s a few days before the date, and you haven’t heard from him since that initial phone call. You start thinking, “Why haven’t I heard from him? Maybe he’s not that into me. Maybe he changed his mind. Should I text or email to make sure we’re still meeting? Maybe I should call.” Your anxiety is building. You have been stood up before. You’ve been disappointed by other men. You’re not going to let this guy treat you poorly! So, you send him an email, “Are we still on for Monday?” When you don’t hear back (in five minutes), you email again, “Haven’t heard from you in a while, just checking in. Please let me know if we’re still meeting.” You’re still trying to be an easy breezy calm woman. Half-hour later, you’re freaking out. You email again, “Online dating is so crazy. There are moments that you feel that a person may be so right and then…poof! You disappeared.” An hour later, you’re fuming. Still no reply. “I have tried to confirm our plans and have not gotten a reply. I am totally surprised, particularly because we had such a great first conversation. I was wrong about you. Please lose my number.” Oh no! You’ve overreacted just a tad. This is scary behavior, but it’s more common that you’d imagine. Is your anxiety keeping you single?