I think if you go on a date with someone and you both are interested in getting to know each other more i think you should focus on that person not saying that you must be exclusive with him/her but it makes more sense instead of dating many people and trying to get to know all of them and choose the best one at the end that's competition.Until there is a mutual agreement every 'dater' is a free agent.I just recently went on a first date with a very charming, decent, kind man, who I definitely am interested in.However, I don't want to move too quickly with him, because I've experienced this "instant attraction" before, and learned that investing too much of myself too soon usually results in me getting hurt terribly.
There is nothing wrong with dating more than one person at a time as long as all parties knows this.
How deep you allow yourself to fall is on you, some people expect fidelity overnight and that is not reasonable.
While I can certainly understand a person not wanting to be sexually active with someone who has multiple partners, there is nothing wrong with just casually dating people. You realize you don't really "lose" anything if it doesn't turn into some dream you think you are supposed to have, when you are supposed to have it, right?
Sad to say, this ideal relationship is totally un-fucking realistic.
Less Stress With dating multiple women, there was always another first date on the horizon.