So you go on another date with an equally amazing man. However, it is important to keep in mind that you have not committed to any one of them yet – so stop beating yourself up too much regarding the issue. Be happy that you have two guys who make you feel special – you have the power of choosing.
You tell yourself to take it easy – you try not to become too obsessed with this one guy. After all, you have not made it official with either of them and so there is no question of being exclusive to each other. 1) Manage your guilt: Unless you are VERY open minded and have been in open relationships before, you’ll feel at least some degree of guilt, especially if you are sleeping with both of them.
If you live in fear and insecurity, you are going to meet someone exactly like you.
Part of working on your inside is going out and meeting lots of people.
Many girls cannot even manage a date with a half decent guy. As long as you have a general idea about where you want to be in life (relationship-wise), you are doing alright.
The anxiety comes, I believe, from worrying that you'll have to choose one over the other, inevitably hurting someone's feelings, as well as risking choosing wrongly, thereby missing out on the "right" one.I even think that dating many people might be one of the best ways to find the one person you are really looking to find.Here are five great reasons to date multiple people -- at once: 1. So many people date "comfortably"; they keep seeing people who are nice, but they never date anyone who really excites them.I want to talk about multiplicity in your dating life. They think someone who dates several people at once must be a cheater, a commitment-phobe or at a minimum, a liar.While this may be true of some women who are dating multiple people, I actually believe that there are many good (and, in fact, great) reasons to date several different people when you're single.