Too busy for dating

29-Apr-2017 06:53

In turn, gradually becoming a “too-busy-for-marriage couple” is entirely possible, especially in today’s hustle and bustle society.

That sounds okay for a relationship that’s pretty new, where you are both still finding out about each other.

I know this contradicts what your friends and family have advised but you haven’t known him very long.

Before he met you he had his own hobbies, interests, friends, work and studies.

During a couple’s dating and engagement period, it can be hard for them to imagine that married-life-to-be would ever be so unbelievably busy that they could unintentionally drift from their initial covenant of placing one another first.

Those spontaneous date nights on a random Tuesday evening to the Saturdays spent lounging together in bed become overshadowed by working overtime, taking care of the kids, running non-stop errands, participating in hobbies and everything in between.

We meet up once or twice a week and talk on the phone every day.

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