It’s black and white – you’re either dating or you’re exclusive.
But there’s a much grayer area, and that’s how you relate to all men, everywhere, even when you’re technically exclusive or married.
Early on in my marriage, when things weren’t going well between my husband and me, I tried everything I could think of to fix it. I would think about our problems and what he wanted almost non-stop. When I stepped back and stopped trying and doing, and just relaxed into my own skin, things completely turned around.
I made him the center of my world because I felt so desperate to make it work, but all it did was to push him away even further. I dated myself by doing things that honored what I needed, and his feelings changed for me overnight.
By doing so, you’ll feel that you have choices and you won’t invest all your time and energy into a man who isn’t sure yet what kind of future he wants with you.
Not surprisingly, this goes against everything women naturally believe about relationships.
It’s a shocking idea – that all women, regardless of relationship status, should “date” other men.
We’ve been taught that dating means “exclusivity” and marriage means “monogamy.” The thought of dating other men when you’re already in a relationship feels wrong and foreign to most women.
If you’d like to change your vibe using easy, step-by-step Tools and secrets that will work with the man in your life – whether it’s someone you’re attracted to, your boyfriend or your husband – then there’s no better place to start than my e Book, Have the Relationship You Want.After a few great dates with a seemingly great guy, most women can’t help but get excited about the possibilities.They think of where the relationship might go and they start to invest in a fantasy future.By dating other men or “dating” yourself and flirting, you can dramatically improve how you feel inside of any relationship and inspire more passion from him.If you’re dating or in a relationship with a man who hasn’t yet fully committed to you, then you should keep dating other men.