If you're anything like me, you know that dating can be a major time-suck. Between swiping through endless profiles, planning first dates, and trying to make a relationship work, it's no wonder we often feel like we're wasting our valuable time. But what if I told you that you don't have to limit yourself to just one man at a time?
I know, I know. The idea of being called a "whore" might sound scary, but let's be real - those terms are just a way for people to shame and control women who dare to make their own choices. So why should we be afraid to date multiple partners if it's what makes us happy and fulfilled?
Let's be real, ladies. The biggest reason many limit yourselves to one man at a time is fear. Fear of being rejected, fear of being alone, fear of being judged. And it's completely understandable. It's hard to put yourself out there and open yourself up to the possibility of being hurt. But the truth is, this mindset is holding you back. By limiting yourselves to one man at a time, you are limiting your own experiences and growth. You are limiting yourselves to one shot at happiness, one shot at finding love. And that's just not fair to YOU. It's time to break out of this mindset and start living your lives to the fullest. It's time to embrace your power and start dating in multiples. It may be scary at first, but the rewards are worth it. So let go of your fears and start living your life on your own terms. You deserve it.
If you focus on attracting and cultivating multiple relationships, we'll have a better chance of finding the one that truly works for us.
When you're in the exploring and talking stage, seeing multiple people can actually help you find the right guy for you. By dating around and getting to know different people, you can get a better idea of what qualities and values are important to you in a partner. It's also a great way to avoid settling for someone who might not be the best fit for you.
So go ahead and broaden your options. Don't let fear or judgment hold you back from exploring what's out there. And remember, opinions are like assholes - everyone's got one, and they're all full of shit. Do what makes you happy and don't apologize for it.
Until next time,
Your friendly neighborhood dating coach
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