Should i ask if he is dating others
A romp in the sheets that is over within minutes and leaves you feeling unsatisfied is not a good sign. A guy who is only looking to make himself happy will consider you and afterthought, and after your time is over, he will leave your house and return to prowling the streets for someone new.
When it comes to relationships, opening up to your partner is an important part of bonding and learning more about each other. Most relationships begin to flourish when one or both partners lets their guard down - revealing their flaws, insecurities, hopes, dreams and fears. Guys are taught to have a tough exterior, and they are not as willing to be emotional in front of you.
Oh, that girl you saw in the background of his Snapchat story? The girl who keeps leaving heart emojis on his Instagram comments? The girl he went to dinner and a movie with last night?
Should I ask him if he's dating other women? Help.
So keep your eyes peeled for guys who are way too friendly with other women. A guy who is really interested in you and wants to get to know you would never wait until the last second to ask you out. He knows that your time is valuable, and he wants to make sure he secures a date and time with you days in advance.
The man who carefully plans dates is the guy you should be giving your attention to. Social media plays a big part in the way we date these days. You can tell a lot about a guy just by glancing at his Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat accounts.
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A guy who is dating you and only you will have no problem adding you to his friends list almost immediately. As a matter of fact, he will probably add you before you even ask to add him. But the guy who is keeping his options open will keep his social media accounts a big secret. Soon enough, he will get caught up in his lies, and he will be tripping all over his words when the two of you speak. Girls can spot a player from a mile away. Well, guys who keep their options open are the exact same way. Their phones hold the key to their multi-dating adventures - from steamy text messages to provocative selfies from various women.
Londoner here, all I can really compare with are the people I know around the UK and the rest of the world. It depends more on the person and their current situation as far as I can tell, no real trends I know of specific to Londoners. I can tell you that the stereotype is that the French have mistresses and a lot more fun than English men. I cannot tell you if that is perpetuated by jealousy, or the projection of the truth about Britain. Why would only seeing one person at a time increase cheating?
Is this just some link I'm not getting? I always assume that a guy is seeing other girls until we have sat down and had the talk about not seeing other people. Until that talk all bets are off. I do think there's a time limit, though. Like 4 months of regular-ish seeing a person erodes away that assumption and then I would be hurt by her sleeping with someone else.
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If we're sleeping together, I expect him to tell me if he is sleeping with anyone else. The first time we have sex I ask if he's been tested and would expect him to update me if that changes. When he asks me on a date. If I found out he was sleeping with others when he asked me on a date I would stop seeing him. These threads happen like every weeks and they always baffle me. It's pretty much Old Europe vs US exactly in term of answers. It seems to be a cultural thing - in the US, or some parts of the US it seems to be the norm, but it's just not done in other places.
If you want to hang out as friends, fine, but dating - I'm not part of a harem - you want romance, kissing, sex - I don't expect you to be copping off with other people. I think our terms of dating are different in other places. Lately it seems "dating" is more just hanging out with someone you find attractive. Adding "Exclusive" to anything is when it like, just you two.
I remember when dating meant only seeing each other and after the last few years dating only means like hanging out and seeing compatibility It seems the assumption here is that if you haven't had the talk no one is exclusive. I'm not okay with it and have not participated in it myself but that seems to be what I have observed with others. If I am interested in someone I tell them right away I expect exclusivity because I've seen so many people dating more than 1 at a time and will move on if they do not agree. This all assumes sex is involved at this point. I'm under 30, from Europe and would not go on a date with someone who's romantically engaging with someone else.
It's pretty much the norm here. It's very weird to me here in Australia. I understand the reasoning but it would be pretty shocking if I told my friends I was dating more than one person. It seems inefficient to me to date multiple people at the same time though. You can't be giving all your time and attention to one person you're interested in and figure out that relationship as quickly plus you're probably dating a bunch of people out of only vague interest.
It's like multitasking - people think you'll get things done faster but altogether everything usually takes more time because your attention is split. You shouldn't be spending so much time or energy with one person that early in the dating process. Don't tell me what to do. If I like a person, I don't want to see other people.
If I don't like them, I stop seeing them. It's really that simple. Dating more than one person or not has never had an impact on whether I think someone is long term material or not.
But it does help keep one grounded. If you have better prospects readily available, you're less likely to invest in someone less than ideal simply because they're there.
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Well, you can't be giving all your time and attention to one person you're interested in period. I kind of discussed that below in other comments, but with the time spent on work, family, friendships etc. That time might only be a couple hours a week. It seems very strange to me to be frightened of spending time with someone you're interested in???
My assumption is that perceived 'efficiency' is the only reason someone would date multiple people at the same time unless that person isn't looking to go beyond the dating stage at all. But in this busy world the busiest and most successful of us do have a huge drop in procreation rates.
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So maybe it is affecting people. Especially since everyone seems to have set time they prefer to settle down by. How is inefficiency inherently civil? I would think the opposite to be more the case. Dating does't seem to be made for that. I didn't say it was the prime factor, just that it is a factor. A big one though since the dating pool shrinks with age. Why do I have to be a guy to date more than one person at a time? Is there some law I'm unaware of? Your comment was "Why?
Most people here are women and, when averaged out, women's and men's view on relationships including friendships are very different and significant when discussing such subjects. I just think you can be dating someone casually for fun, but then what if you meet someone who it could be serious with, but you need to, you know, get to know them first. Like on a date or something. Not everyone enters relationships in the same way. Some people don't actually date in the way you describe - they learn about the person in platonic situations, then work out if it's worth pursuing if they will provide the sorts of things necessary to the person in a long term relationship and then enter an exclusive relationship.
I'd definitely be put off if he was still dating someone else by even just our second or third date Dutch girl here too, I agree completely. I can't see myself dating two people at once. Unless they know and everything's out on the table but that doesn't really happen anymore.
But this is far more complex. Let's say you are going on your first date with someone and right before that you get asked by someone else. Would you say no? At that point you can't say if your other date will meet your expectations. You could ask for the phone number just to stay in contact, but chances are if both have different genders this question will always be linked to showing romantical interest.
Maybe you even are intersted. Would you not ask for the number knowing that you are going on the first date with someone else? Again, you cannot say how your other date will turn out and then you missed the chance to stay in contact with the other person. The time before the first and maybe after the first date is the phase where I would have a hard time answering the questions above.
After the second date you should know if you want to continue with that person or not. If you still continue to date after 2 times I would expect that the basement is there so that there's no need to date someone else at that time. But I very rarely go on a date when I'm not already interested and I've never been in the situation you're talking about. You stop dating others the moment you become Invested. For me that's when I express my interest in you and you reciprocate. When we've discussed and mutually agreed on monogamy. This has been at a different point in all my relationships.
If your worried about him speaking to women now, after only 2 dates, will you worry after sleeping with him?
I would slow the roll and see where this relationship is going. Is he staying at your place for this next date? What conversations have you had on the phone? Furture plans, wants in life, etc? It is too early to discuss exclusivity if you have only had 2 dates. Are you even sure after two dates? It could scare him off if you come on too strong, too fast I would have gotten a bit freaked if my now Darling Husband had asked me about exclusivity after only 2 dates, even though he seemed like a great guy I wanted to see again.
For all you know, he may be wondering the same thing but is afraid to say it. I wish I had asked Darling Husband sooner where we stood on the exclusivity thing…it would have really spared me a lot of unncessary angst! Maybe see how your next in person visit goes and if things are still feeling awesome, just casually ask him about it? Personally, too early for my taste.
Two dates in you guys are still getting a feel for each other.