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Once you have an unspoken date on Saturday night (you both just already know you'll have plans with each other), you have moved into the first phase of a relationship.
I point this out because, within the first few dates with one man, you shouldn't allow yourself to feel so emotionally attached that seeing someone else would be a problem.
Here are some tips and thoughts I have on how to handle the juggling act of the casual dating scene and bypassing your likelihood of getting hurt. But just because we fall within an age group of people just looking to have fun, doesn’t mean we need to treat people poorly. Take the time to articulate what it is you’re looking for from the beginning and avoid having a Hiroshima level blow up down the road.
First and foremost to me, the number one key to building any semblance of a successful relationship with one person or in this case, many, is communication. The problem that I see is a lot of times, even if someone articulates at the onset of a relationship that he or she looking for something casual, things have a way of growing and morphing into something larger and much deeper.
So be upfront, be honest, and articulate exactly what it is you’re looking for and what you want.Labels don’t always solve problems and at times people jump to slap a label on something that truly is only a hookup. Truthfully, there’s nothing worse than dating someone for a while only to find out months down the road that he or she was never looking for anything serious.Talking about what you’re looking for at the onset of a hookup can stave off a huge blow up later.This is very different than dating more than one person long-term.Let me explain what I mean by "dating." From my perspective as a dating coach, dating entails only the first four to ten dates.
If you’re dating two girls at once, and they both seem to be getting pretty serious, it’s time you make a decision. At the end of the day, you have to let it be known what exactly it is you’re looking for in a relationship. If it feels like it’s growing into something more, maybe it’s time you talk about things don’t you think?