I don’t remember what I said to one person, and now they’re starting to blend. ” My answer to this question is: Concentrate a little more, and remember what is distinctly different between the two of them. Knowing who you are and what you’re all about is far more important than your ego dating two or more people at a time.
A lot of people will date more than one person at a time while they’re trying to figure out which one of the people they’re dating will will win the lottery. I speak extensively about this in my Men’s Audio Mastery Series program.
Every day that you speak with someone you’re dating is another day to get to know them on a more intimate level.
If you’re dating two people and you’re liking both of them, there’s nothing wrong with that. Date both of them, and then you’re not creating your own version of ABC’s “The Bachelor,” where you’re trying to date 25 women in an overpriced Malibu mansion. it’s hard to remember everything that somebody says. So it’s perfectly okay to keep a journal and read it over before you see someone to remind yourself of all the things you’ve talked about with them previously.
(Although, I guess she broke for Sunday, so there was that.)I don't know if it's because of Cameron Crowe movies or disease panic or protracted adolescence, but my generation believed that when you really liked somebody, you should like them solely and exclusively, even obsessively. But for those of us still single, relad ideas about monogamy and the facility of the Internet have produced a new golden age of slutty aunts.
I'd been with my boyfriend for six beautiful months of To us, and all of our friends, agreeing to a single date with a dude implied consent to monogamy thenceforth.
Going out with somebody else the next day would therefore be cheating, a cruel thing to do to your boyfriend on the all-important 24-hour anniversary.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...