It is still early days and it would be more concerning if he dropped everything to spend all his time with someone he’s only recently met.If the situation were reversed, how might you feel if a boyfriend you’d known just a few weeks asked you to stop seeing your friends so much and to cut back on your work, studies and hobbies in order to spend more time with them?Rather than obsessing over why he isn’t spending more time with you.If you are going to talk to friends or family about him, make those conversations about the nice things you have done together, rather than all of you fixating on him not seeing enough of you and reading too much into that. But don’t put your life on hold while you fit in with his schedule. Do your friends and family make you feel like being in a relationship is very important?Noting why you feel as you do, reminding yourself there is currently nothing to worry about, and focusing on enjoying all your life are all ways to cope.In the coming weeks or months you may find things just develop without either of you having to do anything much about it.“Some people may also have been burned in [the past], where their schedule may have wrecked a relationship and may be more cautious as a result,” Durvasula says. D., a clinical psychologist in private practice in Manhattan, agrees.“There can be some reality to the idea of being too busy to date,” she says.
Use this as an opportunity to fill your life with things you like, including him.
You might find yourselves spending more time together, particularly if the relationship is getting serious.
Alternatively you may find you aren’t that compatible.
Implying that if you didn’t then you obviously weren’t into him?
Currently you’re seeing each other one or two times per week and talking every day.