I don’t exactly have my pulse on pop stars and who they are dating but I have noticed that there seems to be a lot of vitriol directed at Taylor Swift and its not for whether or not she can hit all the noted.People, and more specifically women, seem to be very upset about the fact that she dates around a bit….ok, a lot.CONCERN #4: How can you melt his heart while keeping your options open? Giving your full attention when you're with them is more than enough and let the chips fall where they may after that.
In my seminars I have come across the phenomena that when a girl likes a guy she immediately stops dating any one else. Not after the first time he shows interest, or after the first day. My advise in this situation is always the same: when you are in the initial phases of liking or dating someone you should always keep the door open to meeting new people.It's the same question as how can you give love to all your kids when you have more than one?However, in the dating case, sooner or later one or a few will stand out from the rest. You are screening them so you get the right one for you.Well duh, the whole point in order to be successful in dating is NOT to (over) focus on any one guy before he shows his real consistent interest in you.This is why you are over-invested in the first place because you arrive before him and expect him to be on the same page as you.But honestly, that belief is part of why he's not into them: It's not attractive because it devalues their self worth.Their "loyalty" causes them to lean forward, over invest and pine.And if she dated multiples of them it might even seem she was being a bit greedy.But, overwhelmingly, it seems its not about that but about the fact that she doesn’t take enough time in between relationships, or that she’s going through them to fast.The exact point of multiple dating is that you SPREAD your focus on many guys until one steps up.CONCERN #2: How can you get to know someone better if you date many?