Busy dating man that too
Something has to give and it can’t be school and it can’t be this brand new job so, unfortunately, it has to be the girl, and man, that sucks.” Timing is an enormous equation in relationship success. Almost everyone who has ever fallen for someone else has probably been the victim of shitty timing at least once.
You can meet the right person, but, if you meet at the wrong time, it’s not going to work.
I never once thought there was a moment when he wasn’t being sincere. Meeting him happened to coincide with him receiving a job offer for his dream job that he had been gunning after for the last few years.
His actions always backed up his words, and there were really no red flags to speak of. He started the job officially a few weeks after we met.
While some women may think this is okay, I’m here to tell you it’s not.
With any relationship, effective communication is key to its survival.
I’m having a hard time wrapping my head around the emotional whiplash that I experienced with this seemingly out-of-the-blue end of things.
I guess my question is, is being too busy to date ever a valid reason to end a relationship?
While there are a number of other things women desire in a man, it’s almost a given that most of us want a man with a successful career.Men who are out achieving their goals are sexy, but what we as women know all too well is when you date a guy who has a flourishing career, there are a lot of struggles and compromises involved. Some would argue that there are no struggles involved, and all a woman needs to do is sit back, be patient, and be understanding of the demands of his job.They may say that a woman should be supportive and thankful to have a man who is successful in his own right.And, yes, it’s true that, if you’re really into someone else, you don’t want to let that person go. It sucks until you finally meet the right person at the right time and things line up and, yeah, it still takes effort and everything, but it . But, you know what, life happens and you have to prioritize stuff and maybe it comes down to: “I like this person a lot — like , a lot — but I’ve only known her a few months and I’m just not invested enough to sacrifice things I’ve been working so hard for for much, much longer than I’ve known her, in order to create the kind of relationship I’d want to have with her — the kind of relationship she deserves to have. And when that happens, all the wrong people and all the wrong times it didn’t work will be worth it. Be flattered that this guy, for everything he had going on in his life, made a big effort to try to make it work. It’s not his fault timing wasn’t on your side this time.
As he got into the new job, I could tell he was stressed and the stress seemed to be increasing.