Dating workaholic woman

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Founder Helen Croydon explains the appeal: “I value my independence but must that mean that I’m confined to meaningless flings?

I’d love to share some magical chemistry with someone but I’m not keen on merging my whole life with theirs.” The site markets itself to busy young professionals, single parents, divorcees, and frequent travelers.

According to a recent survey, only 36% women admitted that they "always make time for dates", compared to 50% men.

So, the truth is, there may be a section of women who are work-loaded and oblivious to the fact that they are not devoting time to their better half.

More or less there’s absolutely nothing wrong, in fact everything is right.

You just need some advice on how to date a busy man.

Many times women will say “I support you” but in all actuality it means nothing if you can’t stand being alone.

Getting on your boyfriends case for being too busy isn’t support.

He was in a demanding grad school course, and I had my undergrad classes plus an internship. “It’s like one day a week, I have a boyfriend, and the other six I’m single.” It was eating my cake and having it, too: I could spend Monday through Friday with my friends and my schoolwork and come Saturday night, I’d still have a familiar face to complain about my boss to, and then kiss.

A site like Part Time Love would do amazingly in New York, where the universal excuse for everything is “I’m so busy.” As in: I really want to start going to yoga again, but I’m just so busy.

I’ve been meaning to check out that new exhibit at Mo MA, but work is so crazy right now.

The more meaning you give to something insignificant the more worry and stress you put yourself under.whether he’s working a regular 9 to 5 job, going to school full time, or pursuing his entrepreneurial endeavors. We may not show our emotions as often as women but we do still FEEL.

It’s important that you let your boyfriend know that you support him.

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