Dating multiple people rules

EDIT: It's not clear from your post if you're interested in a serious non-monogamous relationship or if you seem to think the two are mutually exclusive...

relationships will continue to want to date you, and people who wanted an exclusive relationship will know you're not a good match and neither of you will waste your time, as you put it.

I'm not planning on scheduling dates 5 nights a week or anything, but I just want to be open to meeting people-- I tend to fall into relationships easily so I want to work on not doing that.

Is there a non-awkward way (and when) to bring it up, or should I just bite the dang bullet?

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And in light of many of today’s dating apps and sites where you’re potentially meeting a stranger, it’s never been more important to remain vigilant and put your safety and well-being first.

So, whether you sign up for a different dating app or ask to be fixed up, you’re taking strides toward making a real effort to meet others.​ Along these lines, another essential dating rule is to keep an open mind when it comes to meeting new people.The worst thing is for someone who is actively looking for a relationship to go on a number of dates with someone and realizing they've been wasting their time because you're both wanting different things and you could have avoided it by being up front about it.Absolutely, and that's the kind of situation I hope to avoid.If you're insistent on dating other people at the same time honesty is the way to go.If you're just intending on casually dating that should be brought up and put on the table.

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