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Why being busy makes you undesirable and sexually unattractive

Why being busy makes you undesirable and sexually unattractive
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Do you tell people how busy you are all the time? Is your response to people asking you out phrases such as, “can’t,” “busy,” “it’s a really busy week for me,” or “I’m so busy?” Do you ever follow this statement up with anything else or interest or ask your partner out in return? Or do you constantly find yourself just running place to place telling people how busy you are all the time?

 

There’s a huge difference between that and having real a connected, present conversation, even if it’s brief.

 

How often do you intentionally glance away from others? How often do you refuse a smile or a hello because you are stuck in your head or stuck on your phone? It’s on trend right now to let everyone know exactly how busy you are as if no one else could be as busy as you. If you are a busy little bee who actually craves intimacy and you don’t want to be told to buzz off by someone you like, this episode is just for you.

 

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