Dating multiple people at one time
It is only by really going out there and looking for someone who excites you that you will find that amazing relationship. They are people who stimulate your mind and your soul.
It's all about understanding the law of attraction. Until you go out and work on your inside, there's no way you're going to attract the person you want.
This might seem like a sort of defense mechanism against getting too involved, but I like to think of it more as a liberation tool—you assume that they're sleeping with other people, they assume that you're doing the same, and all of a sudden the pressure is off this date. And don't, under any circumstances, bring it up yourself. When you're on a date with someone, they deserve your undivided attention.
What do I say to a partner when things are starting to get more serious with that other person?So what are the things you would want to consider when/if you decide that you want to be dating more than one person at once? But I’ll be the first person to say that it can get messy.I’ve talked to a lot of people with many different views on the topic and only one thing seems clear; There really is no line, and there isn’t one set standard. I think that dating more than one person at a time can in some ways be helpful to figure out who you want to be with.The new people I do meet are either fellow musicians I interact with at open mic nights or sometimes girls back from where I went to college.The problem with meeting girls through mutual friends at the college I went to, is that it’s about a two hour commute from where I live now. I went on two dates over the course of a month with one girl.
The rule of thumb I’ve started to use is that if I like them a decent amount, and I feel like things are going well with them I will mention that I’m seeing more than one person by the third date.