I’m Too Busy

Do certain people repeatedly claim they’re too busy? Here’s what they really mean…

You’re not a high priority for me.

The brutal truth is that we make time for the people and activities which are important to us…

If you’re busy, it’s your choice to be busy. Don’t act like you’re a prisoner to your own life choices.

But we don’t like to admit these truths; we all want to believe we are kind and caring people, so we make excuses like being too busy.

I don’t buy the excuses. I’d rather deal with raw truths than white lies.


It’s easy to get upset when you realise you care more about someone than they care about you. But over time, actions speak louder than words.

Now I’m grateful… If people consistently show me via their actions that I’m not important to them, they’re doing me a favour…

They’re telling me it’s not a good use of my time and energy to keep maintaining things with them. That frees me up to focus on other things.

There’s no need for sadness or resentment on my part. Everyone is on their own path.

The people who are meant to be in my life will be, those who aren’t, won’t.

People come and go from each other’s lives all the time. The important thing is to treasure the good times while we can. I feel grateful for the people who are currently making my life feel worthwhile.

To everyone who is too busy… That’s fine. You do your own thing and I wish you the best.

Each of us is an awesome human being exactly as we are. That feeling of self-esteem is best generated from within, not from other people.

You can choose to always love yourself, even in the absence of others.

Even better, if you believe in God or a Higher Power, then know that they are always with you and will always love you. That way, you’re never truly alone.

One comment

  1. I am SOOOOOOOOOOOO with you on this. If people really want to be a part of your life they will make you a priority. And if they don’t, that’s their loss not yours.

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