However I haven’t been on a date in years. I wouldn’t say my standard is extremely high - sure I may be picky but I’ve given a few guys the chance. Opened up, talked to them. But somehow all of them always ended up talking to me less, replying slower, and ultimately just disappearing from my life. Even before we even went out.
It’s taking a toll on my self esteem, and I’m starting to wonder if I have an issue.
Anyway, back to this one guy that I’ve been talking to:
I work at a gym and there’s this regular whom I’ve gotten along quite well. He also asked for my Facebook. Subsequently I notice (according to my colleagues too) that he always and only comes around on the days I work. When he’s here he talks to me a lot too. Once he even waited for me to end my shift just so we could hang around, to just sit down and talk.
I figured he was interested in me.
The thing is - sometimes he takes a period of time before replying, and at times he doesn’t reply at all.
What makes it worse is that he has started a new second job (and along with his current job) so according to him he is very busy - such that he doesn’t come over anymore.
I understand that some people are just not much of a texter but since he couldn’t make it to see me, he should make an effort at least online if he is interested. I was skeptical though - is he really that busy to even spare an hour or two in the gym?
Today I saw from his Facebook that he is in another gym. Okay yeah that gym is somewhere nearer to where he stays but.. enough of making excuses for him.
What’s wrong with me?
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people always think it's gotta be something that's "wrong" with them. keep in mind it normally takes a lot of work to find that one special person, most struggle their whole life to find and often fail cause they lose hope and give up. doesn't mean there is anything you can change to make it better, just gotta keep trying if you wanna succeed. just looking at the number of divorces and break ups that go in a years time should be proof enough it's no easy task.