That is why I haven't had that many girlfriends in my life. But it takes a lot for a woman to make it to the girlfriend stage for me.The biggest problem with dating more than one person at a time is the chance of getting the dates' names mixed up. First of all, I don't have to, there are so many options available.I agree that it is difficult to juggle more then one person, I will only date one person at a time.I have a level of respect for a man that will only date one woman at a time.........it isn't right even after a few dates then be upfront and move on,nobody is left hanging and mature adults should be ok with that.Once many have played the field they often begin looking for a steady or committed relationship and date one person at a time. The moment one woman starts to consume more of my thinking, and it feels good, and easy going, like the flow of water, then I cut whoever other people may be in the picture. By having at first open options neither one is tight up to it to force to work. If you feel that you met someone that is worth dropping the other people, that is a feeling, follow it, let it take you wherever it needs to take you.Do not put up a wall, and allow yourself to become vulnerable and fall in love. But doing because you felt it in your heart, not because it was the only choice. To me, dating is a tool for weeding out those who would not be compatible for a Long Term relationship.Do not put up a wall, and allow yourself to become vulnerable and fall in love. But doing because you felt it in your heart, not because it was the only choice. If you're not giving less than 50% to yourself and the girl or guy you enjoy spending time with; you're just not cool enough to date.
:)I prefer to keep my options open when it comes to chatting, meeting & such.
I find that SOME men enjoy the fishing on here and then they do meet somebody real(;)),and they try to hide the games they've been playing but you will always get caught!!
What that tells me is that people are not ready for a serious relationship though that might be what they are saying.
Thanks:)I've done both and in recent years stuck to dating one person at a time,,, for many reasons. I generally find that the more mature ( as in mannerisms and actions- not in age) adults date one person at a time. First of all, I don't have to, there are so many options available.
People divorced less than 2-3 years generally play the field and that often involves dating multiple people at the same time. And second, I do not want to depend on one person early on to be that all consuming. What if I don't like her that much, or enough to become a long term.