Dating a loner

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When a loner disguises themselves as “too busy” for friends, because they’re starting a company or studying, remember that there have been people who have founded companies, built them up, studied, been on the fast track of their career, etc., who have also been able to make time for friends and family. He says whatever’s on his mind—usually in an attention-getting, humorous way.

I’m not saying that people shouldn’t lead busy lives, but whatever they’re busy with may be a crutch that prevents them from getting too intimate or having too many responsibilities—which will eventually manifest into an inability to become too intimate or too responsible in your relationship. You feel like you’ve known them for weeks within the first few hours and sense you’re the center of their universe, which is refreshing after your last relationship.

Don’t make the mistake of thinking that they're this way with everyone else but you.

Women who sign up for online dating have an unlimited supply of men offering them dates, sex, and long term companionship.

So, just give his space and enjoy this time doing your thing.

*wink wink*So, the last 6 months has truly been eye-opening.

6 months back, I promised myself that I will not date another living soul on this planet (maybe I was waiting for Darth Vader! And then from nowhere, I fell in love with the sweetest, stupidest and cutest (baby-face) boy I have ever met. (And honestly, they are your biggest competitors- and not that pretty looking girl sitting in the metro! But inside, he is a just very sweet and innocent person, who really cares a lot about you but is scared to show it through.

He has no friends and the ones he has are all there. He is afraid of showing his emotions and will act all tough.

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