When women embark on an endless journey of dates, society often sympathizes with them, attributing their lack of success to the cliché that there are no decent men out there.
The woman is often viewed as the victim who just can't catch a break.
Does the public only like Taylor Swift when she is heartbroken, alone and writing a song about it?
In my seminars I have come across the phenomena that when a girl likes a guy she immediately stops dating any one else. Not after the first time he shows interest, or after the first day. My advise in this situation is always the same: when you are in the initial phases of liking or dating someone you should always keep the door open to meeting new people.
The reaction I generally get from women is that they just can’t. I can’t imagine if I told them you should date multiple people or if I said its okay to date someone for a couple of months just to see how it goes and then have someone else lined up if it doesn’t.
This is especially true when it comes to the perception of men in society who are constantly dating different women. If a man dates many women and is single past a certain age, women often make the assumption that he must be flawed in some way, a womanizer or a man that refuse to grow up.I don’t exactly have my pulse on pop stars and who they are dating but I have noticed that there seems to be a lot of vitriol directed at Taylor Swift and its not for whether or not she can hit all the noted.People, and more specifically women, seem to be very upset about the fact that she dates around a bit….ok, a lot.That way just in case it doesn’t work out with the crush, you still have choices and options.It’s important to note that just because you have these options, it doesn’t mean you are exercising them, but simply having great people around you will have you putting less emphasis on the situation, which is really attractive to your crush.