Dating excuse bad timing
It's easy to get caught up in matters of the heart.And by "matters of the heart," I mean "all that messy, human, unrequited love bullshit." When you're in the middle of it, like the eye of a "why didn't he text back yet" tornado, it's tough to see things for what they are.If "the timing is bad," it's because he thinks you're pizza.2.You think: "He's working a lot and doesn't have time for me." The real reason: This might be the case, but there's "working a lot" where he doesn't really text you during the week, then there's "working a lot" where you don't hear from him at all for a month. He's prioritizing a lot of things (read: pretty much everything) over you, because he doesn't see you as an important part of his life.3.Has there ever really been a "bad" time to drink water, something your body needs to survive?Yeah, sure, hypothetically there's a bad time for all these things, but my point is, if something is good, you'll make it work, but you might not go out of your way for something OK.She may have toyed with the idea of calling you, but was afraid she'd seem pushy or desperate. You felt comfortable right away, and your conversation's been flowing.Instead, to get past her disappointment she started to think of reasons why you weren't right for each other. If you feel like stretching that after-work cup of coffee or drink into a longer date, remember that both of you may not have eaten since lunch and suggest you both have a light meal.
Someone else I know met someone but he doesn't want to date now because he is unemployed.Many people don't realize how much bad timing effects people.Most just don't realize it's bad timing till they realize someone is liking them and they just realized that they aren't ready.I do think bad timing is an ideal reason to not pursue a relationship, and unfortunately it happens a lot when someone starts psuedo dating someone else.Dating sounds great, until someone has to start putting in work to make it progress.