Dating seeing other people
You are now in a limbo where you aren’t his girlfriend but agreed to exclusivity and have changed YOUR dating behavior extremely. But essentially, in this case, this boy is your Non-BF. This can be fun and amazing, but tricky and dangerous, too.
This will prove to be very inconvenient and annoying when he lives his life normally, and you have to curb yours by not going on dates with other people — even though he’s not giving you the attention you should probably be getting from the people you would be going on dates with (who you can’t go on dates with because you agreed not to see other people). If either of you break the no feelings rule, you can’t go back.
You don’t have to let the world know what type of Non-BF your current Non-BF is.
In fact, using the term loosely is sort of the point. But you fulfill all of your sexytime desires with said person.
My many relationships have fallen somewhere between a string of not-so-great first dates and being in love.
I've enjoyed the fun aspects of being with a partner without being tied down to one person emotionally.
I was fresh out of a relationship, breakup wounds still searing.
But, rather than stay single, I figured out what the hell I wanted from my next long-term partner, dove straight into dating, and found myself in the middle of a rotation — that is, seeing a multitude of men, all noncommittally.
She was beautiful, intelligent, funny, cool, and a sexual dynamo. Despite what my original misgivings, it turned out to be a smart decision.
Partly because I was terrified of losing her, but also because I wanted to see just how it would play out.
I’d spent all my time up until that point in exclusive, monogamous relationships and thought that was the way to go.
My friend P (and no, her real name is not just a letter but if you're friends with P, then you're friends with me) put it best.
"Assume people are sleeping with other people unless they ask or say otherwise," she says. You're not hanging all your hopes on this coffee right now either? As P puts it, "Don't feel guilty about seeing more than one person, because you can make it weird, and don't overshare about more than one person." If they ask you what you're doing on Saturday, tell them you are "busy." If they ask what you're doing, tell them you're "meeting up with a friend." If they ask which friend, defer, or lie.
Search for dating seeing other people:
As neediness is one of the biggest relationships killers, this is a HUGE plus.