Dating 2 men at once
I'll know when my heart tells me which one of these guys is the right one.One may have the best butt; the other may have an impressive beard. When you're seeing two guys at the same time, they're rarely similar.Not because of any moral issues it might raise, but because most of the time, finding one descent man is hard enough… Being single is sometimes like waiting for a bus that is taking its good old fucking time to come, then just when you’re about to give up hope, two pull in at once. Going out for all these dinners is bound to make you put on weight. You can’t take a chance on your romantic future like that, the only logical thing to do is date both, then pick. You feel like Mandy Moore's character in “Because I Said So": hopelessly pulled between the gorgeous musician and the stable, sexy millionaire. What if you THINK one of the guys is right for you -- but he's really not? Your indecision is a cruel trick played by the universe. You know you should, but you just can't bring yourself to commit. When two guys are vying for your love, you may feel like the ultimate catch, but you'll end up the ultimate loser.Best-case scenario: It happens when you're out and about.You can backtrack immediately and do serious damage control: “What?
You should avoid logging onto dating apps or browsing other potentials after making this decision.“If the relationship doesn’t work out, you can always reactivate your profile again.
There are two basic things you have to understand about dating a) people love to talk b) everyone seems to know everyone. I’m not saying that’s right or wrong, I’m just saying that’s how it is.
So if you don’t want your men finding out about each other, try not to broadcast it to the whole world. Inviting them both upstairs is a recipe for Jeremy Kyle type disaster.
You don't want to look back on this time in your life and think, “Wow, I really messed up when I was so close to finding love.”It's completely unavoidable.
At one point or another, you will call one of your "boyfriends" by the other's name.