Jeanette Gonzales Week 12 Dating One Person Compared to Playing the field Have you ever wondered how things would be if you were single; to be with one person for the rest of your life.What about playing the field; to meet different people every week. For example, we have a single person who likes to play the field and the other person who only likes to date one person.
There is 55 percent of the households nationwide that have maintained married.
Dating one person who you can come home to snuggle with and watch movies.
Look, if you're hell bent on dating around and doing your own thing, you don't necessarily have to make a clear decision on whether you date someone exclusively or not.
But from experience, if you don't put up or shut up, it's likely that you're going to lose one, if not both, of the people you're seeing.
There seems to be an ever-increasing proclivity for Gen-Yers to date more than one person at a time.
In principle for the age group I'm talking about, part of me understands the inclination for such an arrangement.
The good news is that the stigma about online dating is continuing to diminish.
Two out of three singles in the survey knew people who met as a result of online dating and an overwhelming 94 percent of singles believe that online dating expands their dating pool, with 86 percent saying it speeds up their search as compared to being set up by friends. Online dating is available 24 hours a day, so the convenience factor is there.
And I believe HSPs are meant to bring much of that love to light. Maybe we are afraid, have been hurt, and can’t forget it.
First, a corny sounding reason, but so true: The world needs love.
It's a hookup culture we live in and it seems ever more likely that people are looking for more casual types of relationships.