Want to discuss? Please read our Commenting Policy first. Online dating, in theory, is supposed to widen the pool of potentials that singles come in contact with, but for anyone who is dating in the age of apps, seeing more than one person at once is completely common. And if you are newly single, dating multiple people will also help you figure out exactly the type of relationship you want down the road. Spira says once you start getting into a habit of setting up dates with one or more people, it can get easy to fall into the trap of playing the field. The other con may be the label that is attached to someone who dates multiple people — they can be called players, commitment-phobes and for a lot of women, worse.
Is It Possible to Fall in Love With Someone You Have Only Met Online?
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A reader emailed me with the question, "What's the best way to get over falling in love with someone you met via online dating that you've actually never met in person? Here is the good news. Getting over this person will not be difficult for you at all. Why do I say this? Because while I am sure that you think you are in love, you are not. Here is my opinion.
5 Reasons to Date Multiple Men at Once
We all want to find that perfect guy. We spend so much of our time waiting, searching, and going through the motions of dating until we find what we're looking for. It's happened to many a gal.
Recently someone posed the question of whether or not it was cheating if someone was dating multiple people when there has been no discussion concerning being exclusive or committed. If you aren't in an "exclusive relationship" then you are free to do as you please with whomever you want. Unless there has been a discussion which expressively states that neither person will date or have sex with others there is no commitment. Should this individual discover this person is also dating or having sex with others they're likely to react as if they were "cheated" on.