Dating two (or more!) people at once is pleasurable for some—and don’t forget that men and women love a person who’s in demand. You may be confused while dating two different people. Instead of not knowing what to do, take a look at the pros and cons of being torn between two lovers and then decide what you want to do…
Is it good for you?
According to love gurus, seeing two people at once can be productive when it’s done out in the open. For instance, if you date a film buff, and another who’s your in-line skating partner—that’s harmless. Bear in mind, however, honesty plays a role. Be upfront and spell it out that you’re dating.
When it’s bad for you
If dating more than one individual turns into a swarm of lies, you may be unhappy with yourself or lovers. In fact, dating two people for a long time can be a red flag that you have a problem establishing a deep relationship. If you have difficulty with intimacy, misleading two lovers may give you a sense of freedom by keeping this lovers at a distance.
Making a choice
Chances are neither of the lovers are really the one. You can be dating two lovers and it can be positive because it gives you time to decide what type of partner you really want. Read on—for some tips to help you decide which lover is for you or it may be time to move on and be available for Mr /Ms. Right for you.
- Make a list and don’t settle for less.
- Don’t be afraid to realize that neither are right for you and start over.
- Visualize the type of man or woman you want and go after that.
- If you choose to break away from both lovers go to places where good men and women are and approachable.
- Mr/Ms. Soulmate are out there!
Pitfall of juggling 2 lovers
If you tell lies you’ll have to keep track of them.
Living a double life can be grueling.
If you catch a sexually transmitted disease you’ll have to fess up to both lovers.
If one lover calls and you’re with the other, you’ll be in a sticky situation.
You can destroy a man or woman’s feelings if he finds out you’re two-timing them and discover the truth through someone else.