Dating man too busy
Talk later.” A few days later, you convince yourself and ask, “Want to grab a drink this weekend?
When you meet a guy and things are going well, it seems promising so you get all excited, then… You’re confused because he was acting and talking like he was really into you. Men are hunters and love to go after something they really want.
“Do not think that you will change their mind,” Durvasula says.
He has to work late, practice, drink with co-workers, attend some random doctor's appointment, take care of a new pet monkey his friend dropped off, accompany his grandma who comes in town, etc. ” Meanwhile, he coldly replies, “Maybe next week.” Well, it is time to get down to business and face up to what this all really means.
Whatever the excuse, you can’t figure out why all of a sudden the chats go from being sweet and consistent to short and sporadic. While we are all busy and may have a lot going on, there’s no reason why we cannot make time for dating someone we really like. All of a sudden the consistency and all the momentum from the beginning start to fizzle. There’s a good chance that there is something else going on behind his mysterious and sudden “busy” behavior.
There are some dating clichés that are all too familiar—“it’s not you, it’s me” and “I really like you, but I’m not ready to be in a relationship” immediately come to mind.
And now there’s a new one making the rounds: “I’m too busy for a relationship right now.” It has all the makings of a dating cliché, but experts say it might be more than just a flimsy excuse..