She may have toyed with the idea of calling you, but was afraid she'd seem pushy or desperate. You felt comfortable right away, and your conversation's been flowing.
Instead, to get past her disappointment she started to think of reasons why you weren't right for each other. If you feel like stretching that after-work cup of coffee or drink into a longer date, remember that both of you may not have eaten since lunch and suggest you both have a light meal.
If you finally decide to call her three or four days after your date, don't be surprised if she turns you down.
She would have said yes a day or two after your date, but once that passed she realized you might not be interested.
None of them make any sense and especially not when you blame the timing. If you’re waiting for your life to magically become perfect so you can fall in love, you’ll be waiting forever and ever.
If you claim you can’t date this person because of “bad timing” then you don’t really deserve love in the first place. You make up a million excuses for why you absolutely must stay single.
I truly believe that when a woman wants something to happen, no amount of stress or problems would stop her from taking the plunge.
After he answered my ad, we went on our first date, and it was fabulous.In fact, they’re guaranteed to get better because that’s just how life works. It’s hard enough to date these days and it’s even harder to find someone you actually care about. If nothing else, it gives you something to look forward to and get excited about.Sometimes a new romantic prospect is just what you need when the timing seems off. If you use this excuse once, OK – but if you keep using it, it’s kind of strange.If there’s one thing I hate, it’s when people blame a missed connection or relationship gone wrong on “bad timing.” There are some many legit excuses to not want to enter the crazy dating world – you need a break, you’ve just been hurt, you need some more Netflix time – but focusing on timing just isn’t one of them. Why do you think claiming it’s not the right time for you is a valid point? You’ll never be amazing at everything and life is always changing.Here’s why “bad timing” is just an excuse and has zero merit: You’re trying to control love. Just because you just got fired or are making a major career shift or are moving doesn’t mean you shouldn’t accept the fact that you’ve met an amazing guy. Sometimes you focus on how it’s not the right time to explore a connection because you don’t actually like this guy.
I believe we both felt a strong chemistry and learned a lot about each other.