Dating too many guys at once
Don’t suggest serious stuff The reverse is true, too.
It may seem like a good idea to take him as your date to your best friend’s wedding, or bring him along for a weekend visit to your parent’s town, but these things say to him “she wants me to be an integral part of her life.” Sorry but, grab a male friend to be your date to the wedding, and visit the parents solo, as boring as it may be.
My many relationships have fallen somewhere between a string of not-so-great first dates and being in love.
“Dating several men can be a good choice for women, because many women tend to settle for the first man who comes along,” she says.
Within a month of attempting to maintain my rotation, though, I disappointed one guy enough to get the, “I need to respect myself and not see you anymore” text. Even though I was into him and disappointed he wanted to cut the cord, I knew I wasn’t ready to be a girlfriend again so soon.
(Despite the old-school belief that men are born to "sow their wild seeds," some men want monogamy, too, duh.)Gretchen, a 30-year old producer living in Los Angeles, says relationships in her rotation also seem to be short-lived.
You’re both allowed to test out your options until you’ve discussed otherwise.
Prepare your friends You don’t want your friends accidentally mentioning the other guy in front of the one who happens to be with you on a particular night.
During my multiple nights of dinners, drinks, and flirting, I've been honest about that last serious relationship and that I’m currently “not looking for anything serious.” I always assumed this implied, “I’m seeing other people, you got that?