There is this guy I have been dating for two months.
He does shift work and I do the normal 9 to 5 job. It makes it hard sometimes when he works nights.
Recently he got recommended for a promotion and has been working as much as he can to get it. However he has cancelled at least three dates on me because of this.
The first two times were okay. The third really got on my nerves. I did not show it though. Just showed my support and told him I thought it was good he was grabbing onto the opportunity. However when he replied back to my message after he cancelled our last date I did not respond. Was to annoyed too. Reckon he would have picked up on that?
Still feeling pretty bothered by it all because we have only been seeing each other one day a week as it is. He does ring and message me though every couple of days. I was fine with that. Although 2 days a week would have been good I was fine with it. Just him canceling annoys me. Still pretty angry about it.
Reckon it is worth giving this guy another chance?
Decided not to think about him for now and if he does want to see me again he will make it happen. Reckon that is a good way to go about it? Do you think he will end up contacting me again if I don't?
He says that he wants to give it a go and has not said anything about not wanting a serious relationship and nothing about wanting just sex. I asked him if this was just a one night stand and he said no. He also was saying he wanted to give it a go.
Now. Having second thoughts... Just hate being cancelled on.
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Drop the drama and manipulation - there's no time for this when he's working his a$$ off to be with you and be worthy of you.
Direct your time, energy & thoughts toward how to get together between work shifts, even if only for coffee, texting, phone, etc. Keep in touch, keep that carrot hanging out there forget the whip.
Such an ambitious guy need a helper, not a critic. If he appreciates you, your gold will come soon enough.0
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