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It all depends on your goals, where you’re at in your life today and what you’re trying to accomplish.Traditional dating protocol insists we stick to one person at a time.
However, finding the right person who will help you achieve this can be as difficult as finding a needle in a haystack. You probably have goals to achieve, friends and family to spend time with, and things to do. However, you certainly don’t have the patience for time wasters.
Meeting new people, spending time to get to know them and deciding whether they’re right for you is an arduous process. It’s time to cut the wheat from the chaff, and the best way to do this is to get to know multiple people.
With where I’m at, I’ve found it isn’t the easiest to meet new people without turning to on-line dating.
The new people I do meet are either fellow musicians I interact with at open mic nights or sometimes girls back from where I went to college.
Whether you want to be in a polygamous or monogamous relationship, spending time with multiple people is a good way to understand what you want in a relationship.
The more people you meet, the easier it will be to identify traits you find attractive. Are you dating multiple people to experiment, to increase your chances of finding someone you want to be in a long term relationship with; or to have a polyamorous engagement?
During the same period, the number of users who said they would only be in a monogamous relationship fell from 56% to 44%." We saw a need coming from current users in non-monogamous relationships and we identified that there was a trend towards more openness, and even curiosity, regarding non-monogamous and open relationships," Jimena Almendares, OKCupid's chief product officer, said in an email explaining the new offering.
Ok Cupid in 2014 added the ability for users to state they are in open relationships and to say how monogamous they are.
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