The world is definitely shifting, especially when it comes to relationships and dating. More people are getting divorced because of feelings of dissatisfaction, unhappiness, bad communication, and cheating. Where do you stand with the polyamory vs monogamy debate? Do you want to have an open relationship? Or are you ready to settle down with your one true love?
The first thing you need to do is to get clear with yourself, and know for sure what you want. If you are focusing on the boyfriend that cheated on you seven times when you were 19, you might only be attracting people who are focused on polyamorous types of relationships, and not on monogamy. 5 Steps To A Happier Relationship
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I don't think monogamy is outdated, it's just not for everyone. It can be pretty complicated having two people learning to communicate effectively with one another; I can't even imagine three, four, or five, trying to all converse and be heard by each other. However, I absolutely advocate dating more than one person at a time if you are not in an exclusive relationship. 3 Things You Should Never Do On A First Date
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However, I don't think it's smart to sleep with all of your partners at the same time. Do you really need your life even more complicated? Not to mention, shopping for condoms and and changing your sheets continually would take up way too much time. Stay true to who you are, and find the right kind of relationship for you. Feeling confused? Larn how to be Sassy Sexy and Single.