Things have been going well, and I give a lot of credit to what I have learned from your book, emails and this site.
However, this is not something I have ever done before and I am having a hard time with the idea of juggling.
To put it in less sitcom-y terms, you have my hearty approval to date two dudes at once. Anyone who’s ever been to a dueling-banjos night will tell you when it comes to teeth, four is all you really need. The same logic applies to casual dating, and here’s why: Click here to continue reading this post on Red Eye Chicago.
This person is fine, so there's no need to cast around for others, right? While you may need to do a little more leg work, and while it may require going on a lot more dates, it is absolutely worth it to get uncomfortable and to leave your dating comfort zone. Meeting and attracting amazing men and women happens to those who have an "abundance mindset." When you develop an abundance mindset, you see that the people who come into your life are ones to whom you are very attracted.
It Allows you to Compare and Contrast Life’s dating opportunities can be like a smorgasbord where everything looks pretty good—and like a smorgasbord, seeing all the opportunities out in front of you at once allows you to be selective.
Imagine being at a buffet where you could see only one item at a time.
“I started casually dating a guy about two months ago. We’re very sexually compatible (haven’t slept together yet but have done everything but), but I’m still not 100 percent sure if there’s anything long-term in our future.
Last week, a friend of a friend and I hooked up at a party, and now he’s asking me out on a date, and I’d like to go out with him to find out if we’re compatible.