One of my professors today told me that the students on our campus are involved in way too much drama (which really is true).
He mentioned that when he was younger, it was perfectly acceptable to date multiple people at a time, whereas today things are much more different, and people seem to get too serious too fast in their relationships.
What do you think?
If you're out there in the dating world because you want to find someone you just might fall in love with, do you think it's okay to date a couple people, and compare them, etc.?
Or is it better to focus all of your attention to just one person?
Please vote and discuss, I've gotten pretty curious about what you guys think. [:
- It's fine to date around and keep your options open.Vote A
- It's not okay to date multiple people at once; you should devote your time / feelings to just one person at a time.Vote B
- Indifferent / curious to see poll resultsVote C
Most Helpful Guy
When I'm dating someone, she is the most important person in my life .3
Most Helpful Girl
Okay, I was actually shocked about these results. DATING is dating around. You date more than one person, hang out, have fun, find out what you like in each of them and what you don't like. If you feel like you really really like one in particular and they like you as well, then you can move it to the next level and be in a relationship with them. . . the whole point of DATING is to not be committed to one person. Surely the people who voted "one person at a time" misunderstood the term of dating. Not trying to be a smart aleck, but that is what the point of dating. Hope this makes sense :)7