Dating a very busy man
I’m usually pretty nurturing, and what I struggle with is making sure I don’t get walked all over.
I’m dating a guy at the moment who’s a divorced single father with limited access to his young son. We’ve been together for four months and he told me very quickly (in month one) that he considered me his girlfriend.
We meet up once or twice a week and talk on the phone every day.
Sometimes he says he can’t see me as he’s with his mates.
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Right timing, as in most cases, is usually the trick.
Whether you are a grad student, a busy executive or a divorced mom, it seems as each year goes by more responsibilities are piled on and the faster time flies. We know you have free time somewhere in your busy week—the best way to use it is to turn off the tube and get involved in a club or activity group.
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As I wrote in this blog post, his failure to incorporate you into his life has far more to do with everyone else (parents, kids, etc.) than it has to do with YOU.
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The nature of his business is that it ebbs and flows and he’s been very busy since we met, so I’ve accepted that we have limited time together, and that if he has any serious free time, he’s going to spend it with his son if he can.
I particularly like that last part, by the way, as I wouldn’t want to know him if his son wasn’t a priority in his life.
But it is hard being third on his list: son, job, and then me.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating