The leading relationship coach noted that monogamy is the model that many women follow in the bid to settle down and get married.She, however, condemned the model, stating that women who remain faithful while dating are doing it all wrong.They have certainly proved a talking point among my single women friends.‘I almost wept when I read her blog about going to a wonderful party hoping to meet someone,’ my friend Ruthie explained. You know you are being unrealistic and that it won’t happen — yet when it doesn’t, you can’t help being disappointed.’Ruthie is 47 and one of the most attractive women — of any age — that I know.
According to Wunder, women should date with multiple men in the same period if they wish to settle down.
‘I always had boyfriends when I was younger and assumed I would again after James was born,’ she says. These chats were fun — and sometimes quite flirty — but if I ever suggested we meet, the men would often back off, saying they were not looking for a relationship.’A dozen or so dates followed over the years, none of them quite right.
When she last registered with an online dating site she was 44 — and few men made contact.
She argued that dating one man at a time means a woman has closed down all her options, which can often make her prematurely commit to a man who may not be the best fit for her in the long run.
She said, “If you’re a single woman who’s serious about finding ‘The One,’ the best way to do it is to make sure you’re dating several men at once.” Sami further advised that no woman should be exclusive with any man until he has proposed and there is a ring on her finger. “Dating one man at a time means we close down all our options early on, which can often make us prematurely commit to a man who may not be the best fit for us in the long run.” Sami recommended a type of dating called, “rotational dating.” She said this method encourage women to see more than one man at the same time.