Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Should I date more than one person at a time?

This question was posed to us by one of our mentoring clients who is fairly new to the dating scene. He has several possible connections and was unsure to how to approach them. Here's our advice:

Dear _______,

Thanks for the note. Wow, you are getting busy! Regarding dating or seeing more than one person at a time, we posed this question to one of our experts, Dr. Stephen W. Simpson. He is not an advocate of forming relationships with more than one woman at a time, but he said it is fine to "get to know" more than one person at a time. In other words, sending emails and first or second dates. Should you decide that you want to explore a relationship with one particular person, then you would let the others know that, and hopefully they will respect that choice.

That being said, it is entirely up to you. You may want to take one at a time. My suggestion to you would be to take _________ out to lunch for a first date, go to the NYE party at church and see what happens there, then step back and see what possibilities still exist. I would probably hold off on circling back with the three gals on the website until after the new year. I hope this helps.

Dating (and dating again) can be confusing and complicated. Get some great advice from Dr. Stephen W. Simpson on how to approach dating with authenticity and a biblical approach by purchasing your copy of Cache' Connections' Christian Dating ... Redefined DVD. Click here for the description, to view the trailer, and place your order!

~ Linda
Cache' Connections

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