I've been dating this guy for a little over two months. We met online which is always skeptical, but we talked on the phone a lot before we met, and we found out that we got along really well and we grew up in the same area. When we first met our first date was a little awkward being that he was really late and so I wasn't impressed right off the bat, but then as the night progressed things got a little better. He was different from any guy I normally dated, and was a little quirky, but overall he seemed like a nice normal guy. I still wasn't quite sure about him being that it was still new, so I went on a few other dates (of some people that I met around the same time as him) to make sure I chose the best one for me, but I think I knew in the back of mind I was going to choose him anyway. I think this is normal in the dating game and a lot of men and even women do this but I think a lot of women tend to keep it more mum because of the double standards. I'm not the type of person to cheat, and I've never been a player and when I make a commitment to someone I stick to it. I was just not putting my eggs all in one basket which I have tended to do a lot and has caused me a lot of hurt in the past. So I was taking things slow. I'm not dating anyone else now, just him. I don't think I did anything wrong by doing this, but I get the feeling that my boyfriend knows at one point I was going on other dates and he wasnt. I think he banked on me, and put all his cards on the table with me. I choice him the end which is important, but I think it bugs him a little that he knows I did this and I never told him. I feel it may be the reason he holds back a bit from taking things to the next level. I'm not seeing anyone else anymore. They were only one time dates and I'm fully committed to him now. I've thought of telling him this, but I'm not sure it's kind of stupid and unnecessary. He could have been doing the same thing, but he makes it seem like he wasn't. I'm sure we are both at fault about some things. Like him talking about his female friend way too much, which made me skeptical and a little insecure about us, but he reassured me I had nothing to worry about and he mentions her less now, and both of us having issues with our exes that came back into the scene for a bit, but that's in the past now. I think these things are quite normal when you're dating someone new, and you always have a moment of second thought, but in the end come to your senses and realize who is best for you, and that's the guy I'm with now.
Going on multiple dates until choosing the best one, is it a bad thing?
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