When we close off our options with other men too soon, we actually sabotage our ability to get the commitment and intimacy we so desire.
I do believe that we should love as much and as often as possible, but we do need to practice some restraint.This for the good of the relationship, for your future together, and for your own sanity.Dating is about getting to know different people until one special person emerges as the cream of the crop, and you both decide to take things to the next level.You get to CHOOSE if he is the right man for you, and have the time to find out who he is and how he will treat you.The most exciting part of any love story is always the buildup — the anticipation.
It's the part where both sides aren't quite sure what it is they're feeling — not sure what the other means to them — but very excited to see what the future holds. Which sort of sex is better: the kind that last for an hour, with lots of foreplay, allowing the tension to build until you feel you're about to burst, or that quickie you had during lunch?
THE RIGHT WAY TO TAKE THINGS SLOWLYEveryone tells you to “take things slow,” but how on Earth are you supposed to do that when you’re head over heels for someone? There’s no point in trying to slow things down with a man when he’s the only one you’re dating. But if you keep dating other men, you are instantly able to take it slowly.
Your schedule is busy with other dates and activities so that you’re automatically not always available to any one man, and it also gives you time to catch your breath and reflect on what he is revealing to you about himself.
I went on a first date a couple of nights ago and ended up in the bathroom of some random downtown bar. the chances of a true romantic relationship coming out of that are low.
But it isn't just rushing into sex that kills the chances of creating real love.
– and start dating many men at the same time until you have the commitment you want from the man who is right for you.