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This is a somewhat complicated (but typical) example of how dating works. And neither party is under any obligation until both parties agree to commit to each other. Let’s say Bachelor #1 turns out to be a great guy…who admits after a month that he never wants to get married or have kids. Yes, I’m being a little tongue and cheek here – success in any arena should be celebrated, not resented – but I really don’t think you understand the average person’s dating experience.
Not investing all your time, energy, and emotions into any single man, no matter how much he’s convinced you he’s Mr. You simply don’t have time to fret about how much time he’s fretting about you if you’re simultaneously dating Mr. Just-Okay, too.” Just this once, I decided to bend “the rules.” I decided that I would try something other than the rigid courtship structure being dictated by youth groups. I don’t have any grand success stories to give you as of yet, but what I can say is that I’m successfully getting to know a few really great guys. My judgement isn’t fogged or clouded with intense feelings, and I can make sound decisions with a clear head.
They seem to be feeling pretty strongly so I feel some pressure to figure this out. So, Maggie, you’re seeing two great guys for 2-3 weeks.
You didn’t give me any identifying information that would allow me to recommend one man or the other, so all I’m left with is the general idea of dating multiple men simultaneously.
Or, even worse, being taken advantage of by a noncommittal church boy with vague intentions.
The pressures, disappointments and unrealistic expectations that come along with dating as a 20-something-year-old Christian woman in the millennial generation eventually led to emotional exhaustion and my decision to go on a sabbatical when it came to men.
Things have been going well, and I give a lot of credit to what I have learned from your book, emails and this site.