It seems like a good excuse, but in fact, in every silo you uncover, all you’re going to find is a man who didn’t care enough to call.
Remember: Men are never too busy to get what they want.” ― Greg Behrendt, “I don't know" means "NO!
My dating adventures would have been over before they started, and my career as a dating and romance coach was unlikely to be born.
I had become the exception, and now I teach women to do the same.
So put the (insert vice here) and start moving on.” ― Greg Behrendt, “A friend of mine told a story about a date with a guy she was really excited about: He stood her up.
While a little distance at the start of a relationship isn’t uncommon, a lackluster effort with odd excuses as to why is a major sign that he’s not that into you.
“There will never be a good time, financially, to get married, unless you're Shaq or Ray Romano. If your man is using money as an excuse not to marry you, it's your relationship that's insecure, not his bank account.” ― Greg Behrendt, “The word “busy” is the relationship Weapon of Mass Destruction.
I was ready to get down to business and willing to overlook my initial skepticism. Only, we met several weeks ago and I haven’t heard from him since. Rather than get tangled in a new relationship that was already showing signs of pending confusion and frustration, it feels right to move on and find another relationship that feels mutual and effortless.
But, experience told me to step back to see if he liked me as much as I liked him. With little invested, the pain of withdrawal is minimal.
Things start off great: The texts and calls are consistent; you've been on a couple dates and the whole works.