He's always busy, right? When you want to hang out, he’s busy.
When you like someone, you're going to find time to hang out with them. When you like someone, it's an emotional response, not a logical response. Your logic catches up with your emotions to form rationalizations.
It gives you blind spots so you don't see the negative traits. You only see the positive traits.
When you want to go to the gym, there's no such thing as, ‘it's too far away’ or ‘there's not enough time.’ You find time for the gym because you want to go.
When a guy’s always busy when it comes to you, it's simple. You're not a priority.
You have to reevaluate if you should continue seeing him. Being busy could be a sign that he's losing interest.
If you guys have been in a relationship for a couple of months, one thing that you can do is texting him, ‘We don’t have to hang out.’ It's not too aggressive but you're being honest.
Let's say that he does see you, but he goes back to being busy. It means that he's only with you because of his ego. If he feels like he's going to lose you, he will come back to you.
What you can do is become busier. You can tell him that you started doing some martial arts classes and your instructor is very good at what he does.
You're not telling him that you are f****** someone else. You're just telling him about things that you're doing. Say that the other people you’re doing it with are guys.
Tell him that you have a new project at school and your partner is a guy. You and your partner are going to study later on.
Say that your new coworker is a guy and that he's funny. Start bringing up guys.
If he really likes you, he's going to regain the interest he's had with you. If he doesn't like you as much, he's going to keep being busy and you're not going to get anything out of him.
You could recover from it by completely backing off. If somebody is being flaky with you, you can be a little bit harder to reach so that they will respect you a little bit more.
People take you for granted if they know that you don't mind them treating you that way.
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