Girl busy dating
If you need someone who'll make you – and dating – a priority, let her be and move on. There are some dating clichés that are all too familiar—“it’s not you, it’s me” and “I really like you, but I’m not ready to be in a relationship” immediately come to mind.“We’re looking at two options: One being that there’s reality to it and they’re not willing or able to invest time in a relationship, or the other being that it’s a kind way to deliver the message that they’re not that into you,” Charnas says.“It’s a clear message either way.”While it can be tempting to want to wait it out—especially if the two of you seem to hit it off—experts say it’s best to cut bait and move on.
I've lost friends because they thought I didn't value our friendship, when I just didn't have enough time for them at the moment.
If she genuinely wants to hang out she'll give you an alternative ("I'm free Tuesday night").
It never hurts to try another time, but if you get two no's give up.
If you had offended her, she wouldn't have responded to your texts.
From the start of this column, I've quoted my friend Danielle, who doesn't believe that anyone is ever too busy to seek out what they want. This woman is allowing herself to be too busy for another date because she doesn't want it enough.