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My 2nd question is: Ok so I've known this guy since high school, we briefly dated 2 years ago and it didn't work out because he's a bit of a workaholic..he's a musician and plays shows 5 nights out of the week.  We decided to take this ultra slow as we both just got out of relationships, and we both have alot going on. So, we have just been talking and decided that we would get together if we could, if not, no ones feelings would be hurt.  We have made plans to get together twice, and they fell through. This last time he called me and told me he understood if I wanted to drop him like a bad habit, but he would love for me to just be patient with him because he really does want to see me.  Well, I went to one of his shows the other night and he did come talk to me and give me a kiss on the cheek, but I do understand that when he's at his shows he has to mingle and promote his band, so I just give him his space. Well, the reason I'm so confused is because one minute he is sayin how gorgeous I am and how he wants to see me..and then the other he's too busy for me, and he also told me that for now he wants to keep this between us only.  We have alot of history, and I'm crazy crazy about this guy...am I overreacting? should I just do my thing and act like I don't care? Any advice would be sooooo awesome.....

Comments (3)

It's like you're telling my story. Don't date using Match.com a musician. hahaha But seriously, he may really want to be with you, but you will never be first priority. The music will ALWAYS come first. If that's fine with you, hang around, wait for him, let him dictate when you can and can't see him. Or, just be close friends and look elsewhere for someone who is able to make you a higher priority.

I have a touring musician who contacts me whenever he's in town. I'm sure he'd love for me to be a booty call or even a love call, if there is such a thing, but I keep him as just a friend. We tried to date using Match.com for several months but after he missed new years, valentines day, and my birthday because he was on the road and then never seemed to have time to make up for that, I had to let the dream of this guy go. He had become just a blur and we both ended up getting hurt...

Comment #1

""we briefly dated 2 years ago and it didn't work out because he's a bit of a workaholic""What makes you think it would work out this time? he is still a workaholic nothing has changed. If the problem that broke you up the first time isn't dealt with and fixed, it isn't going to work this time around."We decided to take this ultra slow as we both just got out of relationships, and we both have alot going on."You both just got out of relationships, have either one of you took the time to heal before getting involved with each other? If not, you are asking to be hurt, and you have no one to blame but yourself. If you don't heal in between relationship, it usually turns out to be a transition/rebound relationship."We have alot of history, and I'm crazy crazy about this guy...am I overreacting? should I just do my thing and act like I don't care? Any advice would be sooooo awesome..."History is just that history. I wouldn't call it overreacting, I see it as not looking at the situation for what it is, instead you are looking at it as what you want/think it could be, which is not realistic. Why would you act anyway? That is called game playing and has no business in a mature, healthy relationship....and if you resort to game playing then your are not ready for a relationship (thru Match.com) yet, or this isn't the relationship (thru Match.com) that is right for you.Let this guy go, work on yourself, make yourself the best you can be, your life the best it can be, then find someone that complitments that life, this guy doesn't...

Comment #2

There is almost no possibility of anything working out long-term for this thing you call a "relationship". If things didn't work before, and they're no different now, you can take it as slow as you want - You'll just take longer to the same result you got last time...

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