We want to give you the best chance for a long and happy relationship.X Spira says once you start getting into a habit of setting up dates with one or more people, it can get easy to fall into the trap of playing the field.“If someone continues to play the field, and doesn’t take a digital leap of faith with one person, they may end up on a merry-go-round and end up in a series of one-and-done dates, or dates that don’t go past a few weeks,” she says.View Success Stories Few of us have time to spend making conversation when there's obviously a lack of chemistry.
This includes name, city, age, site they met on, and a comments section for pending dates.”READ MORE: Love it or hate it, people will still be using apps She adds if you are starting to confuse names or details about the person, study their profiles (or your previous conversation) before you meet them.
The last thing you want to do is confuse your date with someone else.“You should always be focused on the one date in front of you,” she says.
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WATCH: Dating sites increase in popularity over holidays The other con may be the label that is attached to someone who dates multiple people — they can be called players, commitment-phobes and for a lot of women, worse.“It can also lead to online dating fatigue, where you get burned out with the process.
If this happens, know that it’s fine to take a break, but if your goal is to find a meaningful relationship, at some point, someone will rise above the others and you’ll know when it’s time to retire your dating profiles.”And for anyone with a hectic schedule trying to date multiple people, Spira says you should be as organized as possible.“I create a colour-co-ordinated spreadsheet for my dating coaching clients to keep their dates straight.
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“And put your phone away, so it doesn’t appear you’re ready to confirm another date before dessert is served.”The dating game should end when you’re ready to be exclusive with someone, Spira says.