This type of dating isn't for everyone, though, and it can get messy fast, so communication is key.And as with any relationship, it's important to check in mentally and determine whether the pros of what you're doing and how you're feeling outweigh the cons.If you're single and not tied down to anyone that is okay.Being single is fun but you have your freedom to go on as many dates as you want with however many guys you want.You get to meet all different types of guys or girls whatever your preference is. You may be surprised that the "Jock" that you are seeing is more than a sports fan but deep down he is sensitive and sweet maybe even a secret nerd.You are young so take that time to meet new people and date who you want.We've all heard it in every dating conversation, lesson, and fireside since we turned 12: don't date exclusively. Of course, we've also been taught, after we graduate and move on to the great big world of singles wards, that we should be seeking an eternal companion. Until I'm at least pretty positive I want to date this guy over every other potential male specimen out there, I'm not cutting off my options.
Don't struggle with the juggle—we've rounded up a few ladies who have been there and done that to tell you exactly how to handle the tricky situations that come with playing the field."I was previously married for about six years and didn't really take the time to consider what I wanted out of a relationship or marriage," says Megan, 27. 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.Someone who plays the field simply goes on lots of fun, casual dates.That's totally acceptable and encouraged within our Church.People who get involved too quickly shut out others because they don’t rotate dates.