Dating several women at once
Over the past few weeks in particular, I’ve had quite a few readers tell me that they’re dating multiple people, something I find exhausting just thinking about it, but at the same time rather fascinating because I find that people give me all sorts of reasons for they do it: I’m just experimenting with dating. Remember how you didn’t like it when Mr Unavailable had a narcissistic harem of women he was dipping in and out of for an ego stroke? It’s where you discover the facts that will help you determine whether you should green light, date some more and potentially move into a relationship, or whether you should red light and abort the mission.
Couldn’t you ‘experiment’ with one person for a few dates, see how it goes, and then move on? Do the people who you are dating know that you’re potentially wasting their time? As people no matter what they tell you, don’t always date for the same reasons, dating someone and getting to know them will let you determine through their actions and interactions (not just words and your imagination) whether you are two people on the same page with similar primary values.
Are you the type of guy who wants to date multiple women? Not everybody is cut out for this lifestyle, and while it might sound appealing in principle, in reality, it might not quite work out for you. More people to keep happy, more text messages to answer, and balancing all these people in your life means you won’t have a really deep relationship with anyone. If you are looking for a deep relationship, a life partner, then this is not for you.
Seeing multiple women at once tends to keep everything very casual and surface-level only.
This is fairly advanced stuff, and if you don’t have the experience of successfully attracting and dating one beautiful woman, you need to start there first.
For example, let's say you were talking about awkward moments or first date stories: A couple years ago, I went on a first date with this woman, and I guess I didn't really know a lot about her.We are Answer is always “maybe”Whenever you invite him to do something far in advance, his answer is always “maybe.” He doesn’t say, “Because I may have a work thing” or give an excuse. If this only happens occasionally, you may not have to worry.But if it happens Sex is sporadic Men are humans too. Your guy might go in and out of feeling okay about sleeping with you. Who said you have to go straight to a relationship? A couple of weeks ago I wrote about why dating is a discovery phase for fact finding. I don’t want to get into a relationship too quickly?