Is the "I want to focus on my career" excuse a cowards way of avoiding a relationship or a valid excuse?

Unit1
I've seen people saying here "i want to focus on my career" seemingly at the price of having a relationship. I think unless you work like 60 hours a week or work and study both fulltime like i do right now (and even then i was able to make time and room for a girlfriend) it's a bullshit excuse and there's a different reason why this person does not want a relationship. A simple "I'm not interested in a relationship (with you) (right now)" would do much better and displays even honesty.
what is up with this kind of excuse to reject someone? Am i missing something here or what?

in any case a rejection is a rejection and the reason matters little.

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it's a cowards way out
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it's an actual And valid excuse
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I'm not sure
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+1 y
My point is if you meet the right partner, then your job/studies won't have any impact on performance. That is provided the partner isn't crazy or insane or ruins your mood.
+1 y
I'm not taking "valid" responses into account. I need an actual explanation why it would be a valid reason to reject someone.
Is the "I want to focus on my career" excuse a cowards way of avoiding a relationship or a valid excuse?
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