Things have been going well, and I give a lot of credit to what I have learned from your book, emails and this site.
However, this is not something I have ever done before and I am having a hard time with the idea of juggling.
Our drunken one-night stand turned into a f*ck-buddy situation, and we’ve been sleeping together, cooking for one another, and learning from each other for almost a year now.
I met him at a bar last Easter, when I was on the prowl looking for a quick bang.
He reached out to me because he wanted me to try a dating app he works for, but I declined, so he asked me out for a drink on a trip here from San Francisco.
James* and I met through a work thing a couple of months ago, in a sort of ironic way.
I wasn't trying to hit some number in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Since there was no way to know who would stick around, I dated as many guys as I was interested in at the same time. Make sure you don't get one-itis, keep him on the chase, and have choices. When you meet a guy you really like, you have the tendency to go all in. For your own well-being keep dating even if you don't feel like it. Since he's your only option, you start caring too much, too soon. He has to know that he won you over, and being in a relationship with you was his idea.3. When you meet a guy, no matter how great he is, it's too soon to put all your eggs in one basket. Keep your options open until someone asks you to be exclusive and not date other guys. A man has to be smitten with you in order to make it in the long run. But dating three is diversification, a great rule in business and in love.