So I want to be clear — a few dates with a guy is by no means a "relationship" with him.
Problems arise when women feel prematurely attached to a man, which makes them unwilling to date other guys.
It sounds as though you are not yet in a place to make a commitment .
In theory, could you continue keeping both of these men in your life for the foreseeable future? Honesty is the best policy and as long as all parties are eyes-wide-open when it comes to where you are at (i.e., not committing to either, and dating others) you could continue to have the best of both of your current worlds.
I have yet to meet anyone in my practice or otherwise who has a partner that fulfills all of their needs.
Yet we, especially women, have been raised to believe in the myth of finding "the one,"our true, lifelong soulmate.
So many of my clients ask me whether dating more than one guy at a time is a wise idea.
As their search for love heats up, suddenly there are multiple men who are interested in them, and they don't know how to handle it.
He was a really nice guy, and I was totally enjoying getting to know him.
But I met Paul's sister who thought her brother would like me.
And, meeting lots of men means you are far more likely to find the right one for you.