As I said, in the beginning, you don't have to bring up the fact that you're dating around.
All you have to do is show up, be present and connect with each person when you're with them. If someone asks you if you are dating others, you need to be honest and tell that person that you are, but that you are enjoying spending time with them.
Finding it means meeting and interacting with as many prospective significant others as possible.
Using the power of choice is the key getting what you really want in your dating life.
It is a great way to really take the time to understand what you want in another person -- and to know when you have found it.
Some of them will "drop off" naturally as one or both of you realize you are not a good match.The only way to figure out who and what you truly want in a partner is to date multiple people.Dating more than one person is a good thing and something that should be part of your dating life.Keep texting to a minimum between dates and don’t buy women gifts. Don’t take her on expensive dates, or be overly affectionate in public (at least for a couple of months). I’ve not had a problem with women sleeping over, but I do accept it can indicate a reasonable level of intent if not handled correctly.If she invites you to meet her friends, or parents, politely decline.