You should always be suspicious of the busy-with-work line.
It's usually menglish (as in man English) for "I like hanging with you, but not enough to commit." It's a classic excuse because you can't really argue with his efforts to, well, pay the rent.
Look, I know your guy keeps telling you that he's into you, but his actions suggest otherwise.
My guess: He's just saying what he knows you want to hear.
We have dated for a while but he seldom calls or texts me. If a man likes you, no matter how busy he is he would make time to be your around.
It will help you take control of your dating and relationship experiences.There are women who use it as the ONLY way of having a serious discussion. A first-person piece on concurs: “A short text in the middle of the day to let someone know you are thinking of them is a sweet gesture.But if you imagine that sending a daily barrage of texts, such as “driving to work, heading to lunch, or just left a meeting” is a romantic way to show you are thinking of your partner, think again.” To clarify – if these texts are used in ADDITION to phone, email, and actual dates, they’re fine.As women, when we’ve got a date lined up with a man we’re interested in, we want to make a good impression. If we come across as too aggressive, he might never want a second date.If we instead sit there passively eating dinner and nodding in agreement to everything he says, he’ll likely find us pretty boring.Read between the lines though and you may notice that it actually amounts to a whole lot of nothing.