What's wrong with that? As long as you two are happy, who really cares? Just go with it! :)
@Streamhopper Yeah I'm happy with him. It's just my friends and my parents think it's wrong, so it causes me to overthink the situation.
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Couldn't agree more!
Oh good! Im glad Im not the only one who feels this way, I was kind of feeling like I was the only one in this weird, new dating culture that felt like this.
It never made sense to me why someone would go on a date with more than one person at a timeframe. I mean really, the person could be dating 4 people and hook up with all of them and just say, "we aren't exclusive it's okay".
Yeah and thats messed up to me! You should never have sex on the first date, thats basically prostitution with extra steps. And I also disagree with the notion that dating and being in a relationship are two different things. Sure you're not in a relationship as soon as you start dating, but its not like you date for like 4 months AND THEN start a relationship, I think the relationship starts after like 5 dates
I understand your viewpoint but the way I see it, you go on dates just to find out whether you click with that person or not. You can't exactly be exclusive with someone without knowing whether you even like them like that or not. And if you're somewhat interested in many people at the same time, it wouldn't make sense to wait around and date them all one by one. You might miss out on a good person because you were busy exclusively dating people that you never ended up clicking with.
Being exclusive doesn't necessarily mean committment, all Im saying is if you agree to a date, you dont plan another date until after youve gone to said date, thats what you commit to when you say yes to a date. I also understand where you're coming from, but I find that rude because you aren't giving each person a fair chance or your full attention. Also, if you schedule a bunch of dates and you click with someone on Tuesday and then someone else even more on Friday, how are you gonna choose? Thats usually the similar rationale to what people use to justify cheating.
Also think about the reverse, what if you found out that guy you "clicked with" had like 6 girls he was dating that week? I assume you wouldn't like it and if you dont mind because you do the same thing, then why are either of you even bothering to date each other? Neither of you was really committed to the date. I just think the act of dating multiple people at a time devalues and disrespects each date by making it seem like they aren't important or deserving of respect.
Once again, couldn't agree more!! Hahah.
That I am not sleeping *
Well, that is a bit fast isn't it?
Yes of course I had to turn her down after she left
That's not true. Most guys have two or three other girls they're going on dates with. Especially with online dating. You're not exclusive until you decide to be.
@red324 see our age difference. I was dating before all the online dating was even thought of.
Makes sense. You couldn't do back then because your friends would know. Now girls and guys will juggle like 5 different people and pick the one they like most. It's ridiculous.