Dating many guys at the same time
Tasha: In my experience, if a man knows you are dating him and others, he will make you a priority in order to win you over.However, when he thinks that he is the only candidate and there is no competition, he will think you have nothing else to do but to wait for him, so he won’t make you a priority and it will show in his behavior. But that doesn't mean there's anything wrong with spending Monday night with Matt, Tuesday with Tom, and Wednesday with Will.“Rotations give you the opportunity to not close doors on people who may be great for you.So why shouldn't we be afforded the same opportunity? But have you never, ever taken a guy for a ride just because you can and all along had your mind made up that he is not the one? Most of the time women do that because of their experiences.If they have been on the dating scene for a while and guys have taken them for a ride and continue to do so, eventually they will get fed up and start doing it too. They do it because they can and men always have a back strategy.
While it's long been accepted that men "play the field," it's not something that seems to be talked about as much by women.Isn't the reason why men date multiple women is so that they have choices? But too many times I have seen some ladies that are my friends who take guys on a ride, then not stay with the guy because he is ‘too this’ or ‘too that’.And when they do pick one, they are hoping that they chose the best candidate. Then they try to change the "candidate." If you have never done this…and I'm not asking you to answer this question. I know you're right, I have seen women do that.Most of the time they end up doing that to someone who really wants to be with them. I told Anique that I will consider dating two guys.
But the way my attention span is set up I don't think I can commit to it for very long.
When you only date one guy you have nothing to compare to because you picked someone who you thought was the best but in actuality they were just available to you.