Dating two guys
In which case a conversation would definitely be worth having.Contrary to public opinion, we're not proponents of multiple partners in general. But it's still really your own business until you've made a commitment to one of them.
Marriage means saying "yes" to one man for life and "no" to all the rest.I believe wisdom involves focusing on one man at a time. If you're thinking of having dinner with guy A on Friday, telling him you love him, and kissing him passionately before saying goodnight, and then doing all that again with guy B on Saturday, I'd say you're in for a heap of trouble. Remember that before they're a potential husband, they're your brother in Christ.When Steve and I were growing in friendship, along with a great group of other singles in our graduate school program, I knew it would be impossible to move forward in our relationship (past friendship) until, and unless, he considered what we had together apart from all the other possibilities. Relate to them that way, and you'll save yourself (and them) a lot of heartache and sorrow. Resist the temptation to race ahead of where you are in .Rarely does it happen that two men pursue with equal interest and intentionality, stirring in a woman an equal response and potential for love and marriage.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).Content is not intended to replace or serve as substitute for professional consultation or service.
Contained observations and opinions should not be misconstrued as specific counseling advice.
Hey Guys, I'm in my early twenties and I'm dating two guys right now. GUYS appreciate being told the "deal" even if it's hard to hear. ) Honesty and good communication are the key to any successful relationship.
I haven't committed to either one of them and I've been very open about the fact that I just want to date right now. And finally, if you're having sex with both GUYS, this is where it can get a bit tricky.
I have also met another guy who I’ve only been out with once, but he seems like a nice guy also. Swapping germs and spreading them around the town is not a good girlfriend move. If either guy asks if you are exclusive with him, be honest.
And if one of them begins to spend money on you like you are an exclusive girlfriend, start splitting the costs. You are in control here and you control the pace of both relationships.
The guilt may be your conscience speaking; it's a voice worth heeding.