If you're thinking of breaking up with your partner because they're too busy, here are a few things you should consider. Concha Rodrigo. Let's say you and your ex split because of their busy schedule and your inability to deal with it. Six months later, you still love each other. Should you try dating again? We'll assume that their "busy schedule" does not mean their spouse—perhaps it's work, hobbies, kids, charity work, religious commitments, season tickets, or friends.
It's happened to us all. You're chatting it up with some foxy new prospect, texting him constantly and seeing him on and off for a few dates. Then, all of a sudden, the fox is on the run. He's got practice, working late, drinks with the buddies, gym workouts, a doctor's appointment every day for a mysterious ailment, a new pet kangaroo to entertain, a free trip to outer space and delivering cookies to the old folks home. Now, don't get me wrong; I know we've all got things to do.
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If you think the girl of your dreams is a universe away from the league you're chilling in, don't give up just yet. She may seem like she has so much going on in her life, but trust me, if you have the entire package, she'll notice you… no matter how busy you think she is. It's time to batter up, guys. Show her the awesome man you are, with all of the wit, charm and humor you have to offer.