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At a minimum, it is a waste of your time, as more likely than not, non-exclusive relationships peter out. It is rude and disrespectful to be subject to such behavior. Dating someone while they’re dating other people is the same thing.
At worst, you are setting yourself up for heartbreak, getting attached to a person who refuses to focus on you. While he’s out with you having coffee, his mind could be on the dinner he had with her last night. I know many people think, It’s okay if he’s dating others besides me.
“Tell the bitch sitting next to you that’s making pigeon noises in the phone, when I see her, I’m gonna beat her ass.” You can go do whatever you want, alone.
If I want to go to the supermarket and read every label on every can of soup, I can do it. I could honestly tell you what I’m doing and you have no reason to freak out.
From my experience, the threat of someone else coming into the picture is a quick way to decide how much you like this person.
Now, if both of you are free-lovers and this is cool, then invite that person into your dating lives and live out in the mountains of Utah in a commune together. Although, I do know people who feel no type of jealousy towards this type of situation and they have both communicated with each other and been completely honest about their relationship. I think the key to a nonexclusive relationship is communicating exactly what you want so that the other person doesn’t get offended if they are accepting other offers.
Maybe I was just in all the wrong relationships, but I always feel like once I’m in a relationship, loss is enviable. In theory, you are supposed to marry one person and be with that person for THE REST OF YOUR LIVING LIFE.
You better make damn sure this is the right person.
In response, he started talking, but somehow didn’t really say anything, and I got the feeling he was probably seeing someone else. Everything was still so new between us, so I let the subject drop. I’m afraid to bring this up with him because the conversation didn’t go well the last time; he’s obviously not ready to be exclusive with me. My friend, you are an unwitting victim of the new culture that I call “the Tinder Revolution.” Although it’s always been possible to see more than one person at a time, technology – and Tinder, where one swipes right or left to meet or reject another – is just one app of many that has made it much easier for us to encounter, get-to-know, and “communicate” with multiple people simultaneously.
I don’t have to call my boyfriend to nervously mumble, “Hey honey, it’s going to be a few hours, I’ve got to go to the supermarket and read soup labels.” Yeah, that sounds believable. You can’t, because we haven’t crossed the border yet.
It wouldn’t be fair if I told you the truth and you got mad at me.
Ever been at a party or a function where someone is talking to you, but at the same time scanning the room looking for someone else to talk to? I can also date multiple people and still make the right choice. Dating multiple people has significantly disabled bachelors and bachelorettes from focusing on the people sitting right in front of them.
Studies show that too many options actually make it harder to choose.