Dating 2 guys at
What's more likely is that as you get to know these men as friends, one will emerge as the man you're more drawn to (or possibly you'll realize neither is a good fit for marriage).
He says it this way, "Like a good photographer who knows how to zoom-in on one detail, I had to choose to zoom-in on Candice — to the exclusion of all the other women in the room — in order to know what our potential was as a couple." Until he made that decision, even though our friendship was growing, it never could move past friendship because there were always other distractions. We're prone to anxiety over things that never happen. This is, I believe, the most practical point of advice.If they're clued in to what you're doing 24/7, it's going to be harder for you to have the space you need to decide on one.Posting pics of your cool weekend date on Facebook is great and all…until the other guy you're dating sees the evidence that he's not the only one in your life. It's best to lay low online until you've settled on one dude.If one guy clearly comes out on top, well, there's your answer.When you finally make a choice, break it off with the other guy without a huge, drawn-out explanation.Also: Set a filter on your Facebook page so that you have to approve photo tags.
You don't want unauthorized pics of you with one guy popping up. Don't put yourself in a bad situation by mentioning the amazing experience you had to Guy No. He'll want details, and it will be hard to keep the other guy out of the story without looking suspicious.
Bethany Marshall, Ph D, author of Deal Breakers shares on how to navigate this tricky situation.
Until a guy says he wants to be exclusive (and you feel the same way), you have the right to play the field. Until you have The Talk, there's no reason to tell him you're seeing someone else.
In order to make a good decision, you need to be able to do your own thing.
So don't tell either guy where you are all the time.
We know a girl as cool as you has options when it comes to dating.