Asking this question is like asking how you can saw your arm off at the elbow without feeling pain at any point. It's true that more than half of the people on the dating websites or people participating in any and all kinds of dating are in fact "looking for that special someone. I think the best thing you can do for yourself is to focus on the parts of yourself that have nothing to do with romantic attachments. If you can dial it down and view it as a transient thing where the optimal outcome is just: The best model is what works for you, and for NewGuy.
Especially given I had my first date with an incredibly exciting, awesome new guy about 6 weeks ago I do get to see him almost any time I'm available - I'm not left sitting around lonely This isn't a supportive relationship with somebody you are close to.
Dating Exclusively Vs. A Relationship: The Difference Between The Two Is Subtle
Sometimes, it is just assumed by the amount of time and energy you are both putting into the relationship that you are only seeing one another. Dating non-exclusively helps you get clear about what you really want in a partner. And, as I continue to meet more men, I've realized that perhaps I have been distracting myself from the lingering pain of my last relationship and the uncertainty of my career. You can do whatever you want. Normally I'd say six weeks was way too soon for exclusive dating, but then I'm one of those old-fashioned people who would wait longer than six weeks to have sex with someone.