Dating many men at once

“It helps to be selective and seek people who are independent enough to not need lots of attention or you get sucked in to a relationship-like situation quickly.”Then there’s the slippery question that looms: I know I can casually date a few people at once, but is it possible to have strong feelings for more than one person at a time?

One guy in my aforementioned Notes section is simply labeled as “The Best,” and another man isn’t even on the list, since I so easily remember everything about him.

“I dated someone for nine months that came out of a rotation.

But, it really only happened because she found out I was seeing other people and flipped out. I should’ve been honest with her.” “This [type of dating] is definitely not for everyone,” says Monica.

I've enjoyed the fun aspects of being with a partner without being tied down to one person emotionally.

They’re all in the notes section of my phone: the 26-year-old graphic designer from Baltimore. A couple of actor/bartenders who live within a five-mile radius of my place in Central Los Angeles.This keeps you emotionally objective, and in a position to choose more wisely."When women are dating more than one man at once they also appear to have a “high-value” status is the eyes of men.“They instinctively know that they can’t take her for granted, or they’ll lose her to a more deserving candidate,” Sami said.Sami added: “Rotational dating doesn't mean you have to sleep with everyone.” 1.(Despite the old-school belief that men are born to "sow their wild seeds," some men want monogamy, too, duh.)Gretchen, a 30-year old producer living in Los Angeles, says relationships in her rotation also seem to be short-lived.“I could only juggle three people at a time for one-month spans before it got out of hand — someone would freak out or want commitment,” she says.

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