I remember experiencing the same conflicting feelings a few years ago while I was in a relationship with my boyfriend (now ex! He had to travel to conduct his research for a year and a half, and there I was, all alone and waiting for him to return.And incidentally, I met another guy whom I really liked. A month later, I was madly in love with this new guy I had met. I shouldn’t be two-timing him.”The lightbulbs went off in my head. This idea of only dating one person at break-neck speed was the reason she continued in the same pattern of broken relationships.Unfortunately, I watch certain individuals repeat this same pattern over and over.Things can escalate quickly so don’t blur the lines. I hope you can see where this could be an issue because if this is protocol for all the people you’re dating, well, that’s a problem.Let’s say you have 3 different people that you’re dating at once. You kiss and hug each of them, and I’m not referring to the church hugs.
I had people argue me down about how they felt it was OK to date multiple people.
Too Intense Too Fast One of the biggest pitfalls of dating I’ve seen both women and men encounter is jumping head over heels into a relationship and then having it sizzle out as fast as it started.