Avoid dating two different co-workers, classmates, or girls who live in the same neighbourhood simultaneously.Even if you don't get caught by your other, a close friend or a fellow colleague may see the two of you in action.Avoiding calls simply suggests that you are trying to hide something.Just talk normally making sure that your tone is neutral and keep the conversation short and tell her that you are busy and will call her back later.
Here is what I want to know: Is it really possible to be in love with two people at the same time?
Or is it a convenient lie that we tell ourselves so that we may have our cake and eat it too?
I think I would be remiss to claim that any sexual attraction to a person other than your partner instantly evaporates for all time when you enter into a monogamous relationship. "Most people in long-term relationships will develop some feelings for people other than their partner at some point," says relationships educator Kate Mc Combs.
It’s the age-old excuse people have used to justify longtime affairs (at least in the movies I've seen): I'm in love with my wife, but I'm in love with my mistress, too. A love affair is different than a liaison rooted solely in sex.
Surely those encounters can be fully designated to the realm of physical lust.