If I am dating more than one person, do I have to be honest?
The golden rule applies here. You must give honesty if you expect honesty in your relationship. Be careful not to discuss other relationships with your special someone. You may need to discuss the boundaries of the relationship not your other dates.
It's always better to be honest but you might be in a situation that doesn't lend itself to that. For instance if you're dating several people and so is your friend, it might cause undo stress if you share these things. But as things are getting more intimate and personal, you should have the discussion to make sure you're both on the same page. Maybe your friend is not into an open relationship and you'll have to reevaluate your relationship.
Yes and no, you don't need to share all your other dates with the one you're with if you are dating casually, but if there is someone who is special, who may believe they are exclusive, you need to let them know you see other people. In addition, if you are seriously involved, and someone you are interested in getting to know better asks you out, tell them you are involved, but would like to take the time to know them. Honesty and respect are always best and easier in the end.
Yes and no, it depends on the relationship you are in. If you haven't committed to each other in either relationship, then you can just omit the information, yet when asked, obviously don't lie. It also depends on what your friendship or relationship looks like with the one you are already seeing. If they have issues around seeing one person at a time then respect that. If you are being intimate then you have a responsibility to know the sexual health of your partners and not spread any unwanted diseases. Not that any disease is wanted.
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