Being too available dating

08 Sep

If her other friends (not me because we don't live too close to one another) would ask her to do something on the weekend she wouldn't if she hadn't heard from him yet.

I told her that that was not a good thing to do, and that she was making herself too available to him.

BUT it still seems if you really like a person, and they really like you, then why play the I am hard to reach???

Of course you have a life, and shouldn't cancel work, or plans with friends, that is a little obsessive in away, BUT well ya know???

I have had several relationships where the guy was all about seeing me, and they lasted quite a while, in fact the one I am in, we are getting married...

I've been on both ends - been too available, because I could not deny myself the invitation, when I really like him...I asked him if he wanted to go out for ice cream on Saturday and he replied that he wasn't up for that (okay.. I've been left for other women before and I have tried and tried to get over the fact that some guys that I've dated have had other female friends, but every time I get problem) and then he told me that he could actually only get together from 1pm-5pm on Saturday (the usual 4 hours that I get on every date). I liked this guy enough that I decided to give it another try and I feel like I may be getting blown off for some of his more established female friends.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...He arranged for a date for Thursday and to go out on Saturday..I agreed to both and thought things were going well because now he wanted to see me twice in a week! he said that he had prior plans that he'd forgotten about, but I was okay because I figured I would get plenty of time on Saturday.If you are free two nights in a week, one is for you, and the other is for your partner.If you are free Thursday and Friday for example, let them know which is better for you. Avoid making contact so frequently, and don't always answer your phone the first time.So what we need to do is train ourselves to be enigmatic and elusive and stop being so available.When you meet someone you like, by all means get started down the dating path but ensure that you keep to your own plans and commitments and don't be available every day.