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Until you know you have a standing date on Saturday night (depending on schedules), you are NOT in a relationship. Everything else is just dating where there is no commitment. It’s not easy, but this is the only way you will find love.
The purpose of dating is to spend time with someone to evaluate his/her potential as a mate and decide if you want to invest more time getting to know each other. And believe me, if you persevere, YOU WILL FIND LOVE.
There’s also the pursuit of the work/life ‘balance’ plus the pressure we put on ourselves to be perfect and to achieve.
That said, if you’re someone who is doing the whole “I don’t have time for dating / a relationship” but saying that you do want one, or are expecting somebody who deserves better (and will probably keep giving you more of their time in the hopes that you’ll change your mind), to basically put up with you throwing them a bone from time to time, and are even justifying inconsiderate or even shady behaviour on your ‘busyness’, it’s time for you to go on a BS Diet.
Your reasons for not having time are your reasons – own them.
You don’t need to justify those reasons to anybody once you honour them but when you don’t do this and engage in contradictory behaviour that may leave a person questioning themselves and certainly questioning your integrity, an explanation will be looked for because your flip-flapping and backtracking will create questions and confusion, even if to you, it all makes logical sense.
That’s the biggest secret of successful dating – don’t stop until you find the right one.
This guy started out doing all the right things, but now he’s doing a disappearing act.
I know because against all kinds of odds, I found an adorable man and we’ve been married now for nearly 15 years.
I had no prospects when I started dating at 40, but found 30 guys to date in just 15 months. You are learning about yourself – what works and what doesn’t and how to react to keep yourself open to meeting more men.
I don’t dispute that we’re busy people living in a busy world.
We live in a time where protesting about our never-shrinking todo list and almost competing about how crazy hectic our lives are is the norm.