How to use this site?
Just think, I smiled at someone today. They smiled back. For some reason, whether Social or Business, you didn't get the opportunity to speak or you spoke briefly. What was the Location? the Date? the Time?
Go to IDidntGetYourNumber.com, and perform a SEARCH by Location, Date and Time, noting you can broaden your search by leaving the Date and Time boxes empty. If nothing comes up it means the other person has yet to place a message. Go ahead and Place Message. Your Message will be viewed by those searching in that location
How will the other person know I have posted?
The answer is the same way you discovered this site. We are growing in size and popularity and this isfast becoming the popular way to obtain missed contact details.
What if I find the person searched for?
On recognising a message you can make sure you have the right person by asking questions. For example, you could ask for a description of where you saw each other, request they post a picture, etc. You can also post pictures on your account. When you are happy you've found the right person press on the Get Number button to exchange Contact Details.
You are the only person able to release your personal details. To protect both parties' details we ensure that when a person requests the contact details of another, a Message is sent to that person asking them to confirm whether they are happy to release their details. The recipient can accept or reject the request, or ask questions of the requestor
What if I do not find the person searched for?
The options available are to broaden your search which can be done by leaving both the Date and Time search fields empty. If the person you are looking for is still not available, place a free message yourself and come back later to pick up message responses.
More information can be obtained from the Help page.
 
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4 Signs Your Partner Is Going To Stay With You, According To Science


 Does your partner put your needs first - or their own?

The most likely to wed are ‘partner-focused’ couples - where the two people think of each other’s needs. People in these couples had the highest levels of conscientiousness, which suggests that they are very careful and thoughtful about the way they approach their relationship choices.

 

How often does your partner say, ‘Thank you’?

The key to whether relationships last over the long haul might be the frequency with which your other half says two little words. We found that feeling appreciated and believing that your spouse values you directly influences how you feel about your marriage, how committed you are to it, and your belief that it will last.

 

Does your partner tend to listen - or dismiss what you say?

If couples react negatively to each other all the time - for instance by dismissing or ignoring what the other says, the entire relationship can be poisoned. In relationships where both partners consider themselves as happy, bad behaviour is dismissed as unusual. In negative relationships, however, the situation is reversed. Bad behaviour is considered the norm.

Does your relationship have a lot of ups and downs?

Couples whose relationships have a lot of dramatic ups and downs are more likely to split up even that couples who argue.

There are four ‘types’ of couple - dramatic couples (34%), whose relationship goes up and down, conflict-ridden couples (12%), who often argue, partner-focused couples (30%), who spend lots of time together and focus on each other, and socially involved couples (19%), with a lot of interactions with family and friends. Surprisingly, conflict-ridden couples aren't the most likely to split up - the most likely to split up are dramatic couples.