This is especially true when it comes to the perception of men in society who are constantly dating different women. If a man dates many women and is single past a certain age, women often make the assumption that he must be flawed in some way, a womanizer or a man that refuse to grow up.Women will then label these men as guys who are not serious candidates for long-term relationships.They may stay single for years, knowing that at some point they will find what they are looking for.It is not a fear of commitment that keeps these men from settling down; it is a high sense of self-worth and the determination not to settle. Assuming men who break things off after a few weeks were only after sex.Women tend to mentally write these types of men off. The reality is that many men date multiple women for the same reasons women date a lot of men.They are looking for "the one." A lot of these perceived players are simply playing the numbers game, hoping to find that special someone as quickly as possible so that they don't have to endlessly date anymore.If a man has only been on three or four dates with you in an entire month, he very well might be using you for physical relations.
Sometimes the men who seem like a horror story on the surface are really a romance waiting to happen.However, you'll need to behave honestly and ethically to make it work.Dating one woman can be challenging, so it goes without saying that dating several women at a time can pose many potential obstacles—the biggest being not making yourself look like a complete asshole.When men end short-term relationships after a few weeks, many women assume that they were being used for sex.
This is another common generalization women make that is not always true.
They would rather go back to pursuing "the one," despite the fact that their lives will likely be worse off in the short run.