You end up over-dating to keep yourself distracted and save yourself from the loneliness of your own company.3. Do you schedule three coffee dates in a day for the sake of efficiency?
You may think men won't know what's going on, but they'll sense they're not getting your full attention. When you're with number one, you'll be worrying about number two, and by number three you'll be totally distracted trying to keep them straight in you mind.
You waste valuable time and energy on relationships already doomed to fail.2. When it comes to over-dating, fear of being alone is a big motivator.
It keeps you constantly seeking male companionship and settling for quantity over quality.
Dating too much is like eating too much junk food ... If you're a single woman over 25, you've been fed a bill of goods about "how to find a man". You may even believe that the time you spend not dating is time wasted. It makes it all too easy for you to fall for the wrong guy just because he's there.
If you're an "over-dater," you've bought into the belief that it's better to do something than do nothing. When you date indiscriminately just for the sake of dating, it's dangerous for your heart (and, sometimes, your body).
Right to knock on the door, but healthy dating requires striking a balance between action and inaction.
Finding love is not a numbers game; it's about quality and presence rather than quantity.