What to do when dating two guys
So it’s no coincidence if it seems that you’re either going through a dry spell at certain times, or conversely that you find yourself having to choose between multiple men. Don’t say no to a date with one guy who you hit it off with just because things are going well with someone else.
Be fair to yourself until you are ready to settle down with “the one.” But, at the same time, if you’re going to date multiple men casually, be fair to them too.
Here is how: Say no to the serious stuff If he asks you to meet his family, or to be there the day he wakes up from surgery, you may have to pass. Tell him you hope the surgery goes well, but that you think at this point it’s more appropriate for his best friend or family to be there.
Anything that is going to bond you even more, when you’re not sure you want to be bonded — don’t do it.
And, if he ever finds out it’s because someone else was in the picture, he is not going to appreciate that you sat back and let him throw money around.
And you certainly don’t want them to look shocked when you show up with a date on one night, and then show up to another important event with someone else.
Tell them you’re dating multiple guys ahead of time so they can play it cool.
Be sure to also stick to some set boundaries to avoid hurting yourself or others.
She received her Ph D in Clinical Psychology from Long Island University and is the author of the Amazon Bestseller Dr. Try keeping a dating journal to keep track of what you like. Chloe Carmichael, a therapist and relationship coach, says: "These days, people are dating a lot of other people, which I think is a great think to do if you're single and proactive.