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.
It's just gotten more buzz ever since Chloe, the infamous party girl and lead character from Of course, I’m not the only 20-something who jumped into a rotation immediately following a breakup.
Nina, a 25-year-old accountant living in Chicago, started hers after a four-year relationship ended. And, Monica*, a 25-year-old producer in New York City, can also echo the experience.
My friend P (and no, her real name is not just a letter but if you're friends with P, then you're friends with me) put it best.
"Assume people are sleeping with other people unless they ask or say otherwise," she says. You're not hanging all your hopes on this coffee right now either? As P puts it, "Don't feel guilty about seeing more than one person, because you can make it weird, and don't overshare about more than one person." If they ask you what you're doing on Saturday, tell them you are "busy." If they ask what you're doing, tell them you're "meeting up with a friend." If they ask which friend, defer, or lie.
You want to schedule them back to back but you've seen enough sitcoms to know that's not a good idea. He probably even sees people I go out with going out with other people.