Dating multiple girls same time
I was in my final weeks of graduate school when it dawned on me— my approach to dating was completely wrong and I was pretty much setting myself up for failure.
Fate would have it that within a three-week timespan, I met three handsome young men— all of whom I found interest in.
It’s amazing that men and women discover things about relationships at drastically different times in their lives. The problem is in the process and definition of the word “date.” Men are encouraged by mothers, grandmothers and older/married men to date multiple women.
Women are frustrated about men who date multiple women despite their claims of wanting to settle down. We are told not to rush, to take our time, and to figure out what we truly desire.
Genuinely liking and seeing potential in more than one woman is hard.
As you know, after a breakup, that other option is usually either no longer single or it’s weird because you haven’t spoken in months.I personally don't see anything wrong with dating 2 girls at the same time even long term, as long as they are aware of it and ok with it.My problem is the lying, wrote it in bold and underlined it because lying is detrimental to any relationship(s), and it is just bad. I am not a pervert or anything, dating and relationships aren't just about sex if I wanted just sex there is such things as one nightstand and prostitutes lol.At every wedding, “How’d you know she was the one,” is commonly asked.The answer in his mind probably goes something like, “It came down to two girls, and one accepted or saw something in me that others didn’t.” Men are encouraged to “comparison-shop.” It’s not a competition; we don’t want you to do or put up with anything you normally wouldn’t. Here’s how it works: We cast a net, keep the potentials and all other fish from the sea go right back. The hope is we choose each other and it’s not forced, because we’ve seen what’s out there.