Frankly, it sounds like you need more intimacy in a relationship, while he's looking for a steady date on the night he can actually go out and enjoy himself.Either accept that, or cast your line for another fish.Whether it is another woman, or not, he definitely doesn't sound like someone who truly wants an actual relationship. It might be time to discuss both of your intentions and hopes for this relationship, with the possibility of having to move on to someone who can better full fill your needs.I've been seeing a guy for a couple of months and I've seen him about once a week perhaps less. He's introduced me to his neighbours, regular haunts, bars, etc. But he doesn't call me at all until the next date time rolls around and that bothers me. So neither of you wants to see each other every other day yet you want "more" - fair enough...I would make that extra effort to try and get twice a week, at least once, twice... You looking for a 'dating' partner according to your profile, maybe thatshould be changed to the LTR (which hits most men with the dreaded COMMi TMENT maybe your discovering that you are going in different directions~ it's nothing personal. If you feel you are over-compromising then perhaps is time to strike out for what you really want. I have always found people make time for someone they want to be with regardless of their situation.It may not be seven days a week but it is more than one day a week.Hey Ladycinnamin, We should start our own 'Ladies Who Date Once a Week Club'. It's a tough road to go down..wonder if you're not good enough, not pretty enough, not this or that enough but you know you're none of those things!
It could be that you’re interest level in this relationship is greater than his.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.I've been seeing a guy for a couple of months and I've seen him about once a week perhaps less. He's introduced me to his neighbours, regular haunts, bars, etc. But he doesn't call me at all until the next date time rolls around and that bothers me. If he likes time alone, take him at his word and give him all he needs and then some.(He has an extremely busy job(s) at the moment - I think it is a 'feast or famine' type occupation.) Every date has been absolutely perfect. I've told him I'd like to see him more often but he said something to the effect of he 'likes alone time' and he doesn't want to see me 'every other day' - I don't want that either I told him which honestly I don't. The basic premise of a relationship is that it has both people satisfied with the arrangement.