If you are out all nite with your friends, a little less time with them is also going to help. Perhaps you can hire someone to come in and do household chores... Whoever figures that one out will be a hero to millions.
The point is, if you are happy with your life, why add one more complication like a relationship... Simple fact is that in this day and age "time" is a rare and valueable commodity and sometimes no matter how keen we are on a person it just isn't always possible to make arrangements that suit both people. but you can't, because :relationship = work.it's 2 when a man says he's too busy... and would like to enjoy his 'relaxing' time when he does have some. If a guy is very attracted to you, he'll call you multiple times to get a date and he'll make room in his busy schedule for you.
This guy started out doing all the right things, but now he’s doing a disappearing act.
Then nothing until LATE last night, he sent a weird message about how he’s been so busy and “did you have a fantastic day? But not talking to me at all for 3 days and then quizzing me instead of having a heart-felt conversation (like we’ve had numerous times up until now) doesn’t cut it. It’s so hard when dating seems to be going well and then BOOM, it fizzles out. Of course this is certainly not uncommon – pretty much standard dating nonsense. That’s another reason why a guy might scamper off and become too busy.
I’m sure Valentine’s Day is playing a part in freaking him out. They do get scared about commitment and getting caught up in something.
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.
I know because against all kinds of odds, I found an adorable man and we’ve been married now for nearly 15 years.
I want to expand my social network, get out, meet others, mingle a bit, but it is hard to have the time.
The only time I really have is for someone who might not be afraid to come over after the kids are asleep and watch a movie or something.
I don’t care too much about Valentine’s Day – I just enjoy spending time together. I want to ignore him right now because I’m so angry. Usually this is the sign of an ambivalent man – one who isn’t sure what he wants. It takes time to observe a man’s behavior in a variety of situations.
You are watching for consistency in a man’s actions.
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I think he's either not all that interested or pursuing others for whom he can make time.