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Dating is really just a string of dicey etiquette questions, but how do you talk to the person you're dating about the other people you're dating? With online dating becoming more and more popular, it's only going to become increasingly common to see these questions come up, and, honestly, they should!
What do I say to a partner when things are starting to get more serious with that other person?
I apologized for the delay and expected to hear back. Was I in the wrong to continue to make dates with other people?
♦◊♦Dear I’m Not a Heart-breaker Type, As I’ve referenced time and time again, there are people who sign up to be on reality TV show where they are one of many people dating one guy.
Again, the commute isn’t great so it’s hard to see her frequently, although I did enjoy hanging out with her.
She told me on our second date that she is still a virgin which I’m fine with. I was trying to be very respectful of where she’s at in life. I told her honestly I wasn’t sure, but it was something we could sort out after I came back from a family vacation I was about to go on. She told me that she felt like I had made her a back-up option, and because of my small social circle it had gotten back to her that she was not the only person I was seeing.
I’m in my early twenties, done with college, finally in the real world, and am trying to see what is out there for dating.
You’ll also start to feel a little more detached while you’re on your other dates.
The new people I do meet are either fellow musicians I interact with at open mic nights or sometimes girls back from where I went to college.
The problem with meeting girls through mutual friends at the college I went to, is that it’s about a two hour commute from where I live now. I went on two dates over the course of a month with one girl.
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.