Dating man too busy
Unless you do, nothing will change, and you’ll be in the same exact position next year and the year after.
I can’t tell you how many people call me for dating coaching, decide to save their money and do things their way, and call me again two years later.
I’m a 33 year old, single father with primary care of a 14 month old daughter. Make no mistake about it: being busy is the greatest and most believable excuse for being single that you can find.
Her mother has a weekends-only job and never has her overnights or even in the evening. Which is why you’re not going to hear me suggest to Mike that he ditch his job, ditch his daughter and spend 24 hours a day finding love. And, as an adult, you have responsibilities that don’t simply abate because you wish them away. You still have to make sure your children get fed each night.
I see this frequently with my hardworking clients, who put in 12 hours a day at the office, maybe fit in a workout and a meal after work, and start all over again the next day. One smart, successful client of mine always stressed about how busy she was and how this made her search for love particularly taxing.
She had little free time and certainly didn’t want to spend it going out with strangers she’d probably never see again.
I’ve staked my entire livelihood on the premise that ANYONE can have success online, thereby avoiding matchmakers, blind date set-ups, and weird singles events. Prior to that, I did meet someonw on match and had a relationship that lasted over a year. Since your program, not only do I have older guys, and the usual much younger guys contacting me, I actually have several 44 year old men contacting me. I have been dating a 44 year old for a couple of months. Please don’t try to make us feel terrible because we are older!So ask yourself, if you were on your deathbed, would you whisper to your closest friend, “Now that I look back on my life, I wish I worked more 12-hour-days.” If so, keep doing what you’re doing. I went out with over 300 people over 15 years before getting married. But to think that you’re going to find a relationship when you go on two dates a year? Maybe you’ll get lucky and fall in love on your twentieth date.If not, it’s time to get a career that doesn’t require such slavish devotion. But at 2 dates a year, my friend, that won’t happen until 2018.The greatest invention in the world for busy people who are looking for love is . Yet somehow, in the dating field, everyone seems to think that love should just happen organically. And online dating is useless unless you have time to get away from your job or your 14-month-old baby for a few hours. You are in an impossible position as it currently stands.Yet the most common complaint I get is that “it takes too much time and effort”. Which is why you have to make a fundamental shift that creates more life balance.