One of the perks of being single and available is supposed to be all those options that are available to us. Not everyone enjoys taking trips to the singles buffet, though. The hardest part in dating around is knowing when to stop the rotation.
Personally, when I have met at least three potential candidates, I generally don’t put effort in meeting a bunch of other people. If I happen to meet another person (this has happened on occasion), I am then left to decide on who is most promising. Sometimes a guy eliminates himself out, other times I get eliminated!
When you are single, how do you manage your rotation? What if your goal is to have a dating relationship that leads to a commitment? It seems that men have an easier time managing their rotation because they generally know what category the women they are meet are placed in.
Some men prefer women who want to focus on only them. There are also lot of guys that welcome this kind of dating behavior.Would you let the person you are seeing know that they are one of many?
Is there a way to be honest and upfront, without coming across as a commitment-phobe player?