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My ex and I still love each other 6 months after we broke up.
We split because of his busy schedule and my inability to deal with it. -Haley Haley, I am answering this assuming that his "busy schedule" does not mean his wife.
His sleeping on floral Laura Ashley sheets and letting you use his Bed-in-a-Bag for drop-cloths while you repaint the kitchen peach and sage. But I can assure you, the right person is not sacrificed because of his schedule. I was focused on my writing, my career, my friends. I was nowhere near the point in my life to compromise. My grandparents did everything together from taking out the garbage together, to food shopping together. But, still, just as in the old days, a man who makes a successful transition from school to work OFTEN starts out in a new direction personally, too. This is why it’s absolutely CRUCIAL to Circular Date.You should NEVER tie yourself down to one man EXCEPT for your own experience.If you want a fling with an amazing, difficult, busy man, then do it. We have been friends for a while, so I know the demands of his schedule.
But if you want lifelong love and family and attention, affection and great sex…look elsewhere…:“Rori, I read your articles all the time. We tried to take it past the friendship level (not sex), but the pressure was too heavy with school, so we backed up alot.
Or leading a symphony, or holding down two jobs, or taking care of their small children after wrestling custody of them from their drug-addict ex-wives.