When your life is full of responsibilities and commitments, you might feel it’s only fair that you opt out of the dating scene.
), but I’m struggling with whether given the amount of time we’re actually physically together if I’m in a relationship at all, or just a weird digital friendship. If I’m dating someone when I’m working on a movie, I still like/love him, but my mind is just on other stuff for a while, and I haven’t figured out how to have balance.Snowed under at work, non-stop at home – you have a thousand things on your To Do list with a higher priority than “Find The One”. Busyness is usually a cover for one of the following reasons why people aren’t looking for love.But could you be using that as an excuse not to start dating asks match.com’s relationship expert Kate Taylor. Often, what feels like the worst time to find love is the time when you need it the most.I really like this girl, but I’m kind of at a loss of what to do or say to her at this point.We’re 4 months in and some of her activities pre-date our relationship, but she’s added others on top as well. Of the two people in your relationship, I relate more to Busy Girl because when I’m working on a film, FORGET IT.