3. Make The Most of Your Time Together
For the early stages of dating, scheduling will be key. There are 24 hours in a day and sometimes, you have work to find ways to be more efficient with the time you do have available. The busy person has a clear understanding of the value of time so when you do have time together, focus on having fun and enjoying each other’s company.
Also make it a point to create exciting and memorable moments The more intimate, the better because this is time you can use to nurture the relationship that is forming. Not every date has to be extravagant and over the top. Simplicity can be bliss for someone who deals with high-pressure work environments. By now you should have an idea of some things that make him or her tick. Use it to your advantage and they will appreciate it. Let Your Mate Pick The Plan [EXPERT]
4. Use Technology
Dating someone who is constantly on the go can be hard. Thank heavens for cell phones and 4G because now you have almost every tool in your tech arsenal to bridge the gap. Text messages, pictures, video chat, instant message are all viable means of staying bridging the gap. Chances are that they are already using these tools for work so getting them to engage won’t be that difficult if they are considering making things work with you. 8 Do’s and Don’ts of Sexting [EXPERT]
Don’t underestimate the power of a phone call. Even if they can only chat for a little bit or if you have to leave a voicemail, hearing your voice can still put a smile on their face. At least you are making an effort and if the action is returned, you know that they making an effort with you.
Besides being a YourTango Dating Expert, J. Cameron Gantt is the Head Dating Coach at Insti(Gay)tor, a Chicago-based GLBT matchmaking agency. Need advice? Contact him directly via YourTango.com/experts or visit www.instigaytor.com for more info.