You accept the date with the man who calls first, and do not shuffle times or even think about manipulating the schedule in order to get dates with the man you like best, or dates to the most fun places. You meet a guy, he sort of blows you away and you start focusing on him and him alone.
Next thing you know, you are guessing where you stand, and wondering if he is into you or not.
With circular dating, you don't invest into one man until you know where you stand because he has made his intentions clear through his actions.Is this the way it is in 2013 are we all just on some kind of a conveyor belt?I mean isn't a relationship about falling in love with one person? As long as the single (works with either men or women) in whom you are specifically interested does not "fade away" due to perceived disinterest he/she determines coming from you! Is this the way it is in 2013 are we all just on some kind of a conveyor belt? :)I’ve never dated more than one man at a time, I don’t think I could and I don’t want to.This dating theory, devised by relationship coach and former crisis counsellor Rori Raye, requires you to be seeing a minimum of three men at one time - but does it just leave your confused and knackered?Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.