One guy in my aforementioned Notes section is simply labeled as “The Best,” and another man isn’t even on the list, since I so easily remember everything about him.So far, I've been able to balance my strong affection for multiple men, but not everyone finds this easily attainable (or even desirable). A.-based Elle, 26, says, “When I was younger, I might have liked more than one guy.While, it's been fun and I've learned a lot, I'm thinking that maintaining a rotation isn’t the best thing for me right now. Atypical relationship models work for many people — even if they’re temporary.Because, really, whether or not dating many-a-partner is something you think you can handle, the most vital thing is to focus on your emotional and physical well-being. As with any romantic scenario, it’s important to have regular mental check-ins with yourself to determine whether the pros outweigh the cons.
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.“Rotations give you the opportunity to not close doors on people who may be great for you.People who get involved too quickly shut out others because they don’t rotate dates.) probably isn’t the best thing for my self-esteem.And, as I continue to meet more men, I've realised that perhaps I been distracting myself from the lingering pain of my last relationship and the uncertainty of my career.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.