Dating someone seeing other people
(it was fine before, btw) I still went out with him the day after I knew about his fancy new revised profile . They are aware of the fact that whomever they are dating can see their profile at any time.But, while we were out on the town, I didn’t really know how to bring up what I had just observed online. My gut is saying he’s obviously on the prowl and instead of narrowing down his dating options after a month of seeing me, he’s trying to expand them by proactively promoting himself online. You can bring it up, but my guess is you’ll hear something you don’t want to hear. He’s not even trying to hide the fact that he’s still actively on the market. Mind you, it doesn’t make him a bad person as long as he’s not going out of his way to lead you to believe otherwise. So either this person is trying to establish expectations in a passive aggressive way or has convinced themselves that they’re being honest and upfront. But let’s also keep in mind that you were active on the site, too.Truth be told, I'd ended a dating relationship with a man for that very reason exactly 5 days before meeting my current SO of 3 years. A wise woman once said 'Never make someone a priority who makes you an option.' But that's just me.Had I not, I would never have pursued anything with my SO - that's just the way I'm wired, I guess. If it was me, and I didn't want to date other people then that's fine...
Things have been moving along fine – we see each other about 1-2 times per week and spent NYE together.Some persons do not like to put a label on the relationship too quickly, so they say nothing until the feelings are understood.Beyond the label, I'm not sure how to define what it is.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.Personnally, I've never dated multiple people at the same time.
Hell, it's hard enough to find one person suitable at a time!