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DEAR MERIDA GETS A HAIRCUT: Oh my goodness, no, don’t preserve the dolls for future donation.Your kid is being creative and engaged, which is the whole point of a toy. DEAR CAROLYN: I have a friend who just recently began dating and letting loose (we are 30).Ultimately, your own taste in women will have far more say in your rituals and romances than society ever will.
In the meantime, I am a fun and respectful date, I split costs fairly with each guy, and I am living in the moment while keeping an eye on both their feelings and my instincts about their long-term potential. Does it become wrong if I know (or at least strongly suspect) that a guy is dating only me?
Dear Carolyn: I thought you were right on in your answer to B. What do you suggest men do in order to continue to be kind, but also not always be expected to pay? from Virginia The only way any of us can change anything outside ourselves is to make changes inside.
The man’s role is the provider (paying for the dinners, dating, dancing, driving expenses and eventually diamonds).
I feel like it's not till we have a conversation about exclusivity that I have to address this, and I don't want to bring it up unless I have to. -- Dating You seem self-aware, not scattered -- wanting to date a lot of people, not sleep with them, and see whether anything more serious develops -- so it's really just a matter of how much you say to whom, and when. Even there, though, you seem clear: "I don't want to bring it up ...
But I also know these guys will want to sleep with me because that's just how things work, and I really don't want to go down that road with multiple people at once, and I'd need more serious feelings before I felt interested anyway. till we have a conversation about exclusivity." OK. When one of them makes a clear push for more, then you say something to him.
One way to stay out of the drama in the meantime is to answer her questions maturely: What to say to a guy?