Too busy for online dating
Because I at least had a conversation with them all before going out with them, I did go out with all of these guys more than once.
But serious relationship material, these men were not. Meeting new people on the Internet has enriched my life.
I didn’t have time to even worry about meeting men – I was too busy doing things that got tossed by the wayside while I was in that relationship.
Being Single Again I embraced my singleness, and went date-less for almost a year.
Your busyness will make you a low-maintenance partner who’s not needy or demanding. Look for partners you can do things with – for example, if you both enjoy going to the gym, you could make your gym classes a time to further connect with them.
When that relationship ended (amicably, I might add), I was 26 and my once single friends were spending weekends picking out paint chips instead of going out with me!
), in shape, have an interesting job, have interesting hobbies and tons of friends. I had a serious live-in boyfriend for several years in my early twenties, and so, while my single friends were out meeting men in bars and partying, I was picking out paint chips in Home Depot and installing new light fixtures in the house.
Let's save the busy excuse and start hurting people's feelings... I think most would agree that a second of rejection is better than weeks worth of useless persuasion.
I hung out with my girlfriends again, planned my 10-year high school reunion, tried my hand at surfing and explored the world in my kayak.