When you're single, it can be easy to throw yourself into something else – specifically, your career or job.When one aspect of our life isn't going exactly as we'd like, it makes sense that we'd work even harder to find success in another area.Gregg and I met at work; we were both workaholics who logged 60- to 80-hour weeks in dotcom jobs.
You're now in a chicken-and-egg situation: the job, which fills all extra time nicely, leaves little room for anything else, much less the intoxicating demands of a new relationship. For those not yet in this exact situation, the best advice is to not let it happen in the first place.
Like, I did not think it was a big deal when I said I was having a miscarriage, but that was a huge deal to a huge number of people. He is one of the most famous safari guides in the world, and he says he tells people to “never run away from an animal.
It’s very hard to tell which of our secrets are huge and which are small. Then run.” And there was one time when he was guiding a man and woman through some elephants, and a mother elephant started chasing them. They ran for about half a mile, and they still hadn’t gotten away.
Hence, have a counseling, do not overwork,be a social animal and build up friendship.
Then gradually you will become a normal human being.