My girlfriend and I mutually broke up a few months ago and I'm trying to get back into the dating scene. I've since adopted a far more casual and open attitude to dating than before.
For the first time in my life there are multiple women interested in me. I've taken both out on dates and neither one knows of the other. They are both friends and I don't see a problem with it. Our dates are not serious- just hanging out and having fun, or at least that's the way I see it. Since I just suffered a break up I'm not too excited about diving into a relationship just yet.
But listening to their conversations I am coming to realize that both girls have interests beyond friendship and I'm not sure how to handle it.
I feel horrible and dishonest in dating two different girls. I've made it clear that I'm cool with being friends but I don't think they feel the same way. What do I do?
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Nothing is wrong with it, people don't want to admit it or accept it, they want to think they are the only person on their mind.
As long as you're aren't in a relationship with Girl A and Girl B ,then you're in the clear.
You have to eventually pick and decide when they both want to have a relationship, Girl A or Girl B.
You have to decide which one brings more to the table, Judge by this
Attraction, - Which girl is more attractive, which girl is more beautiful, gorgeous looking.
Personality - Which personality has the best factors that's more suiting your personal taste, For example : Sweet, Kind, Funny, Smart, Understanding and Mature,etc. Things like that, You don't want to date an immature or rude girl, unless you like that sort of thing.
Chemistry - Which girl gets along with you the most, meaning they accept you , understand your views, opinions, lifestyle and respects them.
Judge your girls on that and come up to a decision.1
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