There's a really high chance that the "too busy" guy (or girl) isn't any busier than the rest of us.
We all get 24 hours a day, so mathematically speaking, we're all working with the same allotment of time per day.
Realize this person is not selecting you as a priority.
And maybe, next time, he or she wants to see you, you'll be too busy.
And some days are legitimately too busy to fit any additional plans into.
You're chatting it up with some foxy new prospect, texting him constantly and seeing him on and off for a few dates. He's got practice, working late, drinks with the buddies, gym workouts, a doctor's appointment every day for a mysterious ailment, a new pet kangaroo to entertain, a free trip to outer space and delivering cookies to the old folks home. Now, don't get me wrong; I know we've all got things to do.
You'll have found someone who makes time especially for you, just like you deserve.
Getting on your boyfriends case for being too busy isn’t support.And we're all used to using that 24 hours in a day in specific ways, which we would probably consider as "busy."For example, I wake up, shower, go to work, go to the gym for an hour, make dinner, then either attend social commitments, reconnect with my couch or run errands. And just like that, I've spent my 24 hours staying rather busy without batting an eyelash.However, should the opportunity arise for me to spend time with someone who doesn't quite fit into my routine, I have one of two options: I can either shuffle my schedule around to accommodate him, or I cannot. When someone tells you he or she is too busy, what that person is really saying is what he or she is used to doing with his or her time takes precedence over the opportunity to see you. Because I can't point the finger at everyone else and walk away clean; I, too, have used the excuse that I am "too busy."But, that's just what it is: an excuse.We cannot change the world until we change ourselves.So when you think about the anxiety you’re getting from being away from your boyfriend, it’s merely your perception of the situation you’re creating subconsciously.