It goes a little somethng like this: Let’s say you want to marry someone who’s right for you and by a certain period of time in your life.
Playing by the serial monogamy rules you would date one person at time, give each a relationship serious go – say a year, then break up for what ever reason, take the time to learn and heal, and do it again.
Yet, more often than not young women tend to date serially, and young men do not.
I'm a rather vocal objector to these dating and relationship customs. A woman who can boast no or few lovers is better regarded than a woman who can boast many lovers.
Keeping your head about you, collecting information about how your date meets your long-term criteria and treats you, remaining objective for as long as possible.
These are the smart things to do during your dating journey.
Perhaps the idea is to pre-qualify as best you can before launching into that couple phase.
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Feminsiting Friday is a series of posts dissecting hip-hop and pop culture for its sexist influences and/or portrayals on women and girls.
Heck, there’s no guarantee you’ll meet the right person, ever, but there is hope.
And in an effort to hedge the odds in your favor, why wouldn’t you date as many great people as possible?