To curb possible jealousy, suspicion or tension, here are a few tips for keeping your guy friends close, but your boyfriend closer. Establish trust early on. See ya! Introduce them to each other. This one works wonders if all your guy friends are completely unattractive and out of your league am I being mean, or just plain honest? Include him when you hang out.
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We started seeing each other initially as friends — we have a lot of shared interests — and then one day he jumped on me and the relationship became increasingly physical. So far, so good — until we were both looking at something on his laptop, and a dating website came up as one of his most visited sites. I asked him about this, and told him that while I had no wish to pry into his personal life, the question for me was whether he was looking to keep his options open for now, it being early days. A quick Google search on his user name revealed another three, all with very recent logins. At that stage I was ready to end the relationship and leave him to it. It is true that lots of people set up online dating profiles without ever taking action or using them to meet someone.
I'm not great at keeping secrets. If anything, I'm prone to oversharing. But in the arena of love, there are still a few things that I—like most guys—would prefer to keep under wraps. But it's not really that we're hiding anything big about ourselves, we're just omitting little details that may cause trouble or hurt your feelings. Does that make us liars?
I've never been able to continuously date multiple people at the same time. Sure, I've gone on a string of first dates in the same week, but never has anything expanded from the initial meeting to dating many people at once. So what do you do if the person you're dating is seeing other people while you're very much not?