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meaning that if you are currently single, you’re in good company!One reason for this could be that the demands of modern life don’t leave much time to look for love: with the typical US work week now at 47 hours or more, singles who want to get a toe on the professional ladder are finding their leisure time is at a premium."Since then, we've been texting back and forth for 3 weeks (I have to admit, I text more than he does). So you could potentially have 14 first meetings in two weeks with 14 different guys, and see who feels the best to you. Next time, with anyone, meet them within 1 or 2 days, 5 at the most. No more chatting for months without meeting, that is just plain stupid.He says he thinks of me, complements me, but he never called me or asked for a second date. After giving him a couple of hints that I want to meet again, I finally got the courage to ask him: what am I waiting for? If I am waiting for him to find some time to ask me out again, that's fine, I can wait. These first meeting should really be no longer than one hour. As someone who works a lot of hours, he probably is interested at least he was honest about it up front. He obviously has time to date or else he wouldn't be on a dating sight. If things don't work out for him, you may hear from him again.He has very crazy work hours (some type of consulting firm) and he is also a couch/president of a sports club. But if he is seeing other people and I am not his type, I want to know. But you really should stop pretending to be old fashion, you're just scared. "Old fashion"/scared can not compete in the internet world. You're better off though looking for someone because I know as a workaholic it normally doesn't change. You have to tell others NO, and say YES to the people and things that are important. Depending your status and # on his list of options.
That way I can move on to the next person, since I am sorta old fashioned and cannot concentrate on more than one person at the time. He's interested, but not enough to pursue a relationship given his schedule and work hours. NO MATTER how busy someone is they will always make time if they are really interested. Look, as you know, we are all adults, and we all work, and we all have busy schedules. I would hold off on any sex for him if he "gets interested" again.
This serial dating one person at a time is much more new fashion, I do not know why so many people think Granny only was ever with Gramps, it was not the way, way back then.
Even women who were engaged to someone who wasn't available to take her places, she was expected to be escorted to outings and dances, etc., by local men so that she was not sitting on a shelf waiting till she turned to dust. Are you his type, hard to tell, he didn't answer that question, but he did tell you he's busy and he's not going to have time for you anytime soon.
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We met and I believe it was a good date, good conversation, jokes etc. And this time, be more practical, look closer to home.