There comes a time in everybody’s dating career when your dance card suddenly becomes fuller than you know what to do with.
One day, you’re swiping sullenly through Tinder bemoaning the lack of attractive, normal-seeming men that are possibly as tall as they say they are in their profiles, and the next, you find yourself drafting a spreadsheet to keep track of the nine dates that you have somehow booked for one week. Like all things in life, your dating life will ebb and flow.
This is unfamiliar territory, and it is perfectly natural to have questions. Here are a few tips and tricks for juggling two people — or more! I had a friend in college who happened to be dating two people at the same time for over a year.
The deception in and of itself was bad enough, as she was forging deep connections with both, but the worst part?
And, since I don't have a top-notch memory, it also requires keeping a handy list in my phone.
The logic behind multi-dating isn’t rooted so much in the need to distract oneself with a bunch of dudes following a breakup (although it totally can be) as it is in what men have long called "playing the field.” And, it's certainly not a new concept.
My many relationships have fallen somewhere between a string of not-so-great first dates and being in love.
If you respect him, he will respect you, and hopefully that will lead to a long and happy relationship together, lasting much longer than a few dinner dates!
It’s been a great night of drinks, dinner, and conversation, but the evening is coming to a close as the bill is finally brought to the table.
Questions start to flood your mind: Do I offer to pay?
“How could I possibly date two people, or even three people, when handling one person was too much?
” you ask yourself as you scroll thru your texts one lazy Sunday.