Dating two men at once
The fantastic thing about my job is that I have the honour of being able to hear the deepest and most honest inner thoughts people have about many aspects of their lives.
I have yet to meet anyone in my practice or otherwise who has a partner that fulfills all of their needs.
A) You'll probably feel like crap about it, and B) you'll might have trouble keeping track of everything. 1 asks what you did on Saturday and you spent it with Guy No. You'll know when you need to make a decisionone guy or both will want to up the frequency of your dates, or you'll start getting stressed by the whole thing.
2, just say you hung out with a friend and change the subject. When that happens, sit down and think about who makes you feel the most secure in their feelings for you, and who seems to be on the same page as you.
If one guy clearly comes out on top, well, there's your answer.
But if you're torn between two hotties at once a la The Bachelorette, at some point, you have to pick one.
Bethany Marshall, Ph D, author of Deal Breakers shares on how to navigate this tricky situation.
Until a guy says he wants to be exclusive (and you feel the same way), you have the right to play the field. Until you have The Talk, there's no reason to tell him you're seeing someone else.
If they're clued in to what you're doing 24/7, it's going to be harder for you to have the space you need to decide on one.
Posting pics of your cool weekend date on Facebook is great and all…until the other guy you're dating sees the evidence that he's not the only one in your life. It's best to lay low online until you've settled on one dude.The reality is that on balance of probabilities, this is going to mean a monogamous relationship.