Think it’s rude or unfaithful to visit more than one woman while in Ukraine? You might be surprised to learn that we encourage members to arrange multiple dates. Here’s why.
Lack of Chemistry
The first thing to keep in mind is that even couples who seem great together online can have no chemistry in person. When this happens, it’s good to have other options. Though it’s disappointing when a seemingly great match doesn’t work out, it's a normal part of the dating process. Plus, many men have hit it off with alternate dates, so men shouldn’t fret if their “first choice” lady isn't a love match. When it comes to Russia dating, a couple is never truly a couple unless they’ve met in person.
At times, a woman may have to cancel a scheduled meeting due to work, illness, or a family emergency. This is another time where other multiple options are good. Men can minimize the risk of cancellations, by coordinating their schedules with a woman's and arranging dates well in advance; however, stuff happens, and there are no guarantees.
While it’s acceptable, and even advisable, to set up multiple meetings when traveling to Eastern Europe, it’s also important to be discrete. While the women know that many men meet up with more than one woman, they don’t want to hear about the other ladies or think of themselves as back up dates. Tact and discretion are the best way to avoid hurt feelings and awkward encounters.
Don’t feel guilty about arranging multiple dates. It’s a normal part of the Russian dating process. If you hit it off with one lady, you can always cancel your other meetings.