Dating Coach, Diana Kirschner, a New York psychologist and author of “Opening Love’s Door: The Seven Lessons,” believes no one is going to find Mr. Right by romancing one man at a time. In fact, she takes a “the more the merrier” approach to dating. She’s even developed a ‘Boot Camp’ for love out of this program.
I’ve never been one to think that dating more then one at a time would be anything more then confusing.
Perhaps I’m wrong, and please feel free to speak your mind if you disagree…
How can one possibly give any one person serious consideration when there’s a constant comparison factor at play?
At some point in time, this is going to create a very sticky mess - consider running into one of the others you may be dating - and how you would handle that. Personally, I think I would choke all over the place.
Are we losing site of the whole old fashioned courting like our parents and grandparents used to do? Do we have to turn everything into a race for convenience?
Do relationships have to be discounted to the degree of being compared to a microwaveable side dish?
Sometimes in life, we just have to admit that some things truly are worth waiting for and I think a love partner or spouse is one of those.
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