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I'd have to say, focus on your studies and it will pay off in the long run.

Don't deny your feelings, just try to understand them and exercise discipline. but the "leisure/charitable" time can be altered (and it's a great deal of time, in this particular case).

I am sure sometimes it's said as an excuse, but what if it is?

If I should miss 'Ms Right' while my social life has to take a backseat to life's little realities, that's fine - there will be another one along any they are on a dating site or actively seeking out people to date, they danmn well have the time, they just don't want to make the time for *you*.

In those times in my life where I really haven't had time to commit to someone , guess what? it truly is *that* a cop out of epic proportions! I travel to get to work and back and I run my household efficiently.

Some people love the time away, keeps the heart fonder and all that such, but I personally do not think it would be fair to the guy I was dating if I could not go out where he wanted to sometimes, or really spend any quality time getting to know them.

It can also be a cop-out for people who need to find a way to let someone down easy if they are not interested in a relationship with someone.

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Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... The things that come to my mind are: I lead a hecktic lifestyle with a lot of complications,deadlines..And I'll end up with a mediocre relationship that matches the limited effort i've put into finding one. When people say they don't "have time" to meet you, (or for a relationship) they REALLY mean "The desire to meet you or to have a relationship, is not strong enough for me to arrange the time to do it! But what about the one who easily finds all the time both of you want (or need) to get to know each other in the first few weeks. He claims he did not even include his former wife in those activities ... She might have time to get laid occasionally, but for a real relationship, it would be rough starting out. They are saying that, for whatever reason, they don't want a relationship.Meeting YOU is not a priority, but when I find someone I am REALLY interested in, I will surely FIND the time! It means they CHOOSE not to have time for a relationship. You always find time to do the things you want to do.That being said, lightning can strike at anytime and you don't want to turn a blind eye to a good thing. I told him that I did not join a "dating" website to sit at home every weekend ... I've met women who work 2 full time jobs and go to school full time.My personal point of view is that with all my other responsiblities and initiatives, i don't feel i can dedicate the time and resources that i'd like to to a relationship. and literally disappear (do not return calls, do not initiate contact). he started to claim that work (and "leisure organizations") took up all his time. and an invite to come along on the "leisure/charitable" organization activities would be in order. Now, to me, yeah, she wouldn't really have time for a real relationship.Life isn't microwaveable and it's not always about instant gratification - it just happens as it's going to happen.

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