We have a lot of them these days, running their own companies or businesses, climbing up the corporate ladder, physicians, healthcare practitioners, engineers and architects.
Sometimes he says he can’t see me as he’s with his mates.
My parents think I should pick someone who can be more committed to me and my friends say similar.
If you don’t believe that you can spare a few hours a week, or you feel that you only want to use that time to engage in distant (read: lazy) communication and/or only want to use that time for sex, ego stroking etc, you don’t have time for a mutual relationship. If a person having needs, feelings, expectations, opinions etc is ‘taxing’ and you’re already mentally working out how to stop them from getting ‘carried away’ (possibly without being direct and honest), halt.
Your reasons for not having time are your reasons – own them.
Many people protest about how “super busy” they are – I’ve been guilty of this at times myself – and I regularly hear the, “I don’t have time for dating” and “I don’t have time for a relationship” defences along with what pretty much amounts to, “You draw the short end of the stick including my casual attitude towards you and even my neglect because, well, you know – I’m super busy.
Have I mentioned how important I am or how insane my job is, or how everybody wants a piece of me?
Meeting Women When You’re Busy A lot of busy men need dating tips on where to meet women.
There are actually tons of ways that you can fit meeting women into your busy schedule. The crux of dating tips for the busy man is knowing where and how to date. Here are some dates that don’t take a lot of time, but are fun and allow for you to get to know a woman better: Economizing Your Time When you’re a busy man dating, you’ve got a limited time budget to work with.
The best way to effectively use your time to make room for the social life you are lacking is to keep a diary down to the minute.