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“Let’s face it, most affairs have nothing to do with love.
Men and women who cheat are so desperate to get laid that they offer up personal information at some point during the affair.
But that doesn't mean there's anything wrong with spending Monday night with Matt, Tuesday with Tom, and Wednesday with Will.
“Rotations give you the opportunity to not close doors on people who may be great for you.
But, rather than stay single, I figured out what the hell I wanted from my next long-term partner, dove straight into dating, and found myself in the middle of a rotation — that is, seeing a multitude of men, all noncommittally.
My many relationships have fallen somewhere between a string of not-so-great first dates and being in love.
They’re all in the notes section of my phone: the 26-year-old graphic designer from Baltimore. A couple of actor/bartenders who live within a five-mile radius of my place in Central Los Angeles.
I know how borderline insane that sounds, but I did that too when I was single: About six months after a long relationship ended, I dated two men, a professor and a crazy person, basically on two opposing sides of the spectrum, for about a month simultaneously. I knew I wasn’t serious about both, didn’t get hung up on either, and walked away bruise-free.
Of course, once I met someone stellar, I stopped with the two-timing and focused my energy on one wonderful man.
Nina, a 25-year-old accountant living in Chicago, started hers after a four-year relationship ended. And, Monica*, a 25-year-old producer in New York City, can also echo the experience.
According to a new survey, unless you've said the words "exclusive", don't expect monogamy from day one.