Things have been going well, and I give a lot of credit to what I have learned from your book, emails and this site.However, this is not something I have ever done before and I am having a hard time with the idea of juggling.Making a decision about a guy is no different than any other decision.You weigh your pros and cons, you do your cost-benefit analysis, you use a little logic and a little emotion, and then make a largely arbitrary choice without knowing if you’re right.I know I need to make a decision before things go too far (becoming too physical), but how do I know when?I am trying not to let things move too fast physically or emotionally, but they both seem very interested and I just don’t know what to do.The new people I do meet are either fellow musicians I interact with at open mic nights or sometimes girls back from where I went to college.
With where I’m at, I’ve found it isn’t the easiest to meet new people without turning to on-line dating.
Or you’re just way over confident in your ability to hide your indiscretion.
What’s even more revealing, after a look at the top 100 passwords used on the Ashley Madison site, most of the people must not have been too concerned about their privacy. If you have that much trouble remembering your password that you have to resort to using one of those options, you probably shouldn’t attempt juggling the multiple girls you’re dating.
I know it might be too early in the relationships, but should I choose one guy at this point?
Would it be wise for me to date two people at once? This question comes frequently, both in a church setting like yours, as well as in the context of online dating sites.