It would make me want to cheat. Broke up with last gf because we were only seeing eachother 1 time a week. Couldn't let it continue. It all really depends on what you're willing to accept in a relationship. Additionally, I've learned that girls who really like you WILL make and find time to hang with you; some chicks will seemingly rip holes in the space-time continuum just so you can hang out.
IMO, unless the girl is the first lady, she's not so busy that she can't see you more than once a week. Hoist to get'em moist crew.
Another issue that the child in which I've become very close to, birthday is coming up. My GF is throwing her a big birthday party in which I am not going to be able to be present at because her father does not like me. Or "does not like us together" it doesn't feel good She's got a kid and you can only fuk her once a week. Keep it going but monkey branch yourself into a new gf. You have glorious wings. Originally Posted by webepumpin.
Find someone who works for you. Currently doing some LDR thing and I'm struggling with this. We spent days together last week, and it was lovely, and we were very close during that time, but I want to learn more about him, and it's hard. The texting is also more about our day to day life than deep conversations.
I am seeing Attorney about once a week. She works a traditional monday through friday schedule while I work 4 to midnight with wednesday and thursday off. Our communication in between dates is pretty spot on and she doesnt play the "bad texter" game with me. I think this mostly depends on what you're looking for.
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Also, since he isn't a texter, is there any other form of communication like phone calls that might work for both of you to keep you more connected between seeing each other? Personally, I can get very close to someone while seeing them once a week and having some type of virtual communication in between. I have primary custody, so often I only have one night per week outside of parenting two nights per week on average.
I could do this forever and feel fine about it, but that wouldn't work for a partner who needs more regular contact to feel close or a partner who actually wants to live with someone. Are there any options other than zipcar to get you together more than once a week if that's what you both want? Does he have a car?see
Do you two have the resources to use a service like Lyft? When I first start dating someone I usually only see them once a week. But I have had some guys tell me that isn't enough. Otherwise it's hard to say. I lived through this.
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We dated for 3 years, more of a FWB thing really. It was hard at times and did have an effect on the relationship. It wasn't the reason it ended, but it was hard to see one another during the week or do things suddenly. It honestly put a large strain on the relationship. I wouldn't do it again.
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- Been dating 6mo now, I only get to see my GF once maybe twice a week...?
My number two criteria for dating someone is that she must be able to make time for me. I can't stand very busy people, and I'm a big believer in momentum in dating. It's pretty much impossible to get any momentum going when you might not even see every week. No, I just can't stand very busy people. I like living in the moment, avoiding stress and leaving a lot of unscheduled time for leisure. From my perspective, being very busy reflects poorly on someone's lifestyle preferences and their attitudes towards life.
I kind of understand what you mean.
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- Can A Relationship Work If You See Each Other Just On Weekends?!
Not sure why you were downvoted. Me and another member of this sub joked about this. I talked to a lady who worked , then 7pm to 7am.
'I've started dating someone new - but we aren't seeing each other that much. What's normal?'
Mon- Fri then on Sat she worked to 7pm to 3Am. You both have to be on the same page as far as what kind of a relationship you both want. If you are both of the mind that you would rather only see each other on the weekends because that is the kind of relationship that you want, this just might work. However, if only one of you wants to see the other more than just on the weekends, this relationship will not work. In the end, without this kind of understanding, seeing each other just on the weekends may become too inadequate for one of you.
If you have a busy life and would much rather keep things on a relatively casual level in your relationship, then only seeing this person on the weekends may work out fine. If your partner feels a sense of pressure that they need to respond in a way that you want, they may not give you their honest answer. This would be to the detriment of your relationship because then you may continue on with the relationship believing that your partner was being sincere with you.
However, at some point, the true definition of what your partner wants will surface.
If it is contrary to your own, it may be too late to save the relationship.