After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. As a teen I went out with this guy over a decade ago, just once. Just over a month ago we found each other online and began talking, and made plans to catch up over dinner.Six hours into dinner, there were definitely sparks, and we hadn't stopped talking. Both of us keep very busy schedules - I work/commute 13 hrs a day, and he works 3 jobs, and gigs/teaches on the weekends. Both of us admitted also to have came out of relationships where we got "lost" in the other person, in spending so much time with them.
Have you ever dated someone who is always on the go?
First of all, it’s difficult to develop a meaningful relationship when both of you are working 60-100 hours as week on a consistent basis.
Add to that (and you mentioned this earlier about yourself), a lot of us get really competitive with our significant others about our careers.
We currently see each other about once a week, and we talk/text about 4-5 days out of the week.
While we take turns making the invites, sometimes it is frustrating - weekdays he works 12 hr days until pm (he works 7 days a week), so his other activities (gym, etc) are strictly scheduled, and I have to be up at am weekdays.