Dating a busy girl
People often have this notion that what makes relationships thrive is always spending time together.Every day we see lovestruck duos on social media who travel, eat, and go on exotic adventures hand in hand.And if you're that half, there you would be, complaining to yourself that she's not giving enough for you to stick on, and neither is she getting the hint that you're uncomfortable. Here's how to be with a career-minded woman, without ending up being the one she forgot she was in a relationship with.Remember: She's your girl, not the boss So, treat her like one.Because of this, we treat our dates like appointments and we need to confirm they’re still happening. Andrea Wesley Andrea is a 31 year old freelance writer living in the suburbs of Vancouver, Canada.She first discovered her passion for writing at the age of 10 when she began filling notebooks with poetry.According to a recent survey, only 36% women admitted that they "always make time for dates", compared to 50% men.
Yeah, you could ask her where she wants to eat tonight ... Too many options, too much time researching on Yelp. And tell me in advance where we're going, because once we meet up...7. If you tell her, "Let's hang out Thursday," and don't follow up with her until the day of, she's already forgotten about you. Honestly, no matter how I look on our date, just be grateful I have no food stains on my clothing or body because I raced here after scarfing Chipotle while finishing three assignments and Googling directions for the restaurant at the same time. Glass half-empty: I will only wait 10 minutes for your late ass before I leave. It couldn't be easier to tell if she's into you or not. When we first get into a relationship (especially during the “honeymoon phase”), we often forget to hang-out with old friends.They might be understanding of our situation, but at some point, we need to include them back in our lives to retain their trust.When you’re a woman who’s constantly on the go, dating is a massive challenge.We want someone to come home to at night, and someone to continue the journey of life with. When things are going well and you ask us to spend the night, we’ll probably say yes, but don’t be offended if we get up at 6 a.m. It’s not that we’re not into you,, it’s that we have a ton of stuff to do the next day. When we meet our dates for dinners, shutting down the restaurant with laughter and conversation would be great… If we seem to be cutting things shorter than you had hoped, it’s not a sign that the date went horribly. That sounds like a nice idea, but it doesn’t always work for us.