Dating only one person
Rather, my goal was simple: to find a guy I could date more than three times, hoping this would lead to a relationship.
Frequently, men would drop out after one, two or three dates.
The practice of engaging in closed polyamorous relationships is sometimes called to indicate a hierarchy of different relationships or the place of each relationship in a person's life.
Thus, a person may refer to a live-in partner as their primary partner, and a lover whom they only see once a week as their secondary partner, in order to differentiate to the listener who is whom.
consider these "polyamorous" so long as those involved practice (or at least aspire to) high standards of loving ethically, honestly, openly, and respectfully.
The other scenario is that these women fall in love too quickly with one guy and end up heartbroken time after time. Well here's some dating advice for women in particular...When I was looking for love, I often dated up to three guys simultaneously.I wasn't trying to hit some number in the Guinness Book of World Records.Recently, after another few very average dates, I spent some time identifying what my fears were. That this situation will NEVER change, that I will never meet anyone who is willing to embrace me and my non-hierarchical approach to poly. That, by not attracting anyone else, I would become less attractive to my current partner.There was also a related fear that maybe I was doing something unconsciously to prevent new partners coming into my life. That there just are not enough people that I will be compatible with.