Most women are drawn to busy, active men. People in demand are attractive and have an appeal because their life is full. Life can be pretty busy, but some people have more on their plate than others.
My ex and I still love each other 6 months after we broke up. We split because of his busy schedule and my inability to deal with it. Should we try dating, but not being exclusive?
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Other than communication, quality time is probably one of the top necessities of a successful relationship. But in a world where the number of promising dating options are limited, it may be necessary for women to take a quality-over-quantity approach to choosing someone. Have you ever heard the saying time is money?
Every relationship between two people requires the cooperation and attention of both partners to work, and when it appears that one partner is not carrying their share of the water, an imbalance occurs, and the relationship starts to founder. If you have an often absent, always too busy for life boyfriend, you may be feeling like you are on the deck of a sinking ship. It turns out, however, that with a little tinkering, you can regain the balance you need to have a successful relationship, even with your always busy boyfriend.
By Petra Boynton. I started dating a man a few weeks ago. We meet up once or twice a week and talk on the phone every day.
What is his excuse this time? 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. Talk later.
Every relationship has phases when one person can become distant from the other, but if your partner is suddenly too busy for you, experts say it could be part of a much bigger problem. Registered psychologist and relationship expert Nicole McCance of Toronto, says of course, sometimes being busy can just mean being busy. Your partner could be swamped at work, working on a deadline or taking part in another priority that is taking up their time, she says.