This video really hit a chord with me. They give the example of the number one mistake that women make. They like to make plans for the next six weeks (which is a good thing by the way) but when they have the opportunity to meet a guy or go out on a date with a guy they are busy. They don't make enough alone time for themselves as they are always busy meeting friends that men just don't get a look in.
Admittedly in saying that if the woman really likes the guy they will make time to meet them but if they are early into their "relationship" or are from an app or online then the guy will get some kind of excuse and that is that. As a friend of mine likes to say, "it's all over."
This is what I think, it is OK to be have some alone time. It is OK to not have anything planned for a particular night. I'm sure that the whole world is not going to end and the whole world is not going to think that you are some kind of loser.
Just because you are an extrovert and you energise by being social with many people around you, you should create some space and time because you never know who is going to walk into your life. Keep some time open. If you don't keep it open, I won't allow you to say that there are not any good men (or women) out there.
This video by the same guy hits the nail on the head as well.
It is so true that we judge by the texts we send each other. Women judge by the man's grammar and spelling so if they spell wrong and if "there" grammar (I know I made a grammar/spelling mistake) is not 100% perfect then the man is dismissed. Goodbye, "I'm busy."
In saying that, men are not perfect either. We just judge by how hot the woman is, how big their breasts are, how high their skirt is.
What is the point of today's post?
Make some time for people that you might not know very well, because, hey, they might be interesting and god forbid, you might want to spend some more time with them and who knows what is going to happen after that.
You don't need to be around 100 people all the time. You might find that having a quiet drink with a new person might be just the tonic.
Try it. You might surprise yourself.