“And like any relationship, emotions fade over time.
So, to keep that rush alive people tend to push the boundaries of when to talk to or text their other girl.
How could I let one or the other down, while still keeping that door open for later if we are both available? I don't know how I'd feel if someone did that to me, I'd feel like a backup.
First of all, it's perfectly okay to "talk to" or even casually date more than one person at a time.
Here are some tips and thoughts I have on how to handle the juggling act of the casual dating scene and bypassing your likelihood of getting hurt. But just because we fall within an age group of people just looking to have fun, doesn't mean we need to treat people poorly. Take the time to articulate what it is you're looking for from the beginning and avoid having a Hiroshima level blow up down the road.
First and foremost to me, the number one key to building any semblance of a successful relationship with one person or in this case, many, is communication. The problem that I see is a lot of times, even if someone articulates at the onset of a relationship that he or she looking for something casual, things have a way of growing and morphing into something larger and much deeper.
There seems to be an ever-increasing proclivity for Gen-Yers to date more than one person at a time.
In principle for the age group I'm talking about, part of me understands the inclination for such an arrangement.I don't want to drop either, but I don't feel comfortable doing this with both at the same time.This is the first time this has happened, normally my relationships with women involve me crying in the fetal position while they make fun of me with their friends.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.This goes beyond messaging them on Facebook, texting them, or hitting someone up on Tinder. I think on the whole, meaningless sex on paper makes sense for some people. What starts off as a fun, non-intimate fling often grows into something more, which is why communication is obviously key.