Perhaps it depends on where you live. Anyone multi dating in 1980's Australia would have been dropped because of it.
Background is that I have a male friend who I think was interested in me as more than a friend. I liked him but wasn't all that attracted and he is also much younger, so the whole thing seemed a no go. He told me of events coming up that he was going to and offered to accompany me to things I was interested in. At the time, I wondered if it was more than a friends offer, but thought I was imagining it and he was just being friendly. He has said a few things jokingly recently that I have not known how to interpret; e.g., told me he's not good at getting hints if women fancy him. He also called me 'beautiful' but as part of a joke about him not being able to talk to women he fancied, for example. It wasn't at all clear if these comments were aimed at me, so I just listened but didn't really respond. He has never asked me on a date. I have stressed the age gap a few times and, I suppose, made it clear I felt it was significant.
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Everything was great, for the past 3 months. We saw each other frequently, communicated well, spoke about any issues or concerns we had, we had great sex and both of us were very happy. We spent Christmas and the holidays together and frequently slept over each other's houses. We were exclusive and I considered us boyfriend/girlfriend without the title as did she. We spoke about the future together and everything seemed fine. I did have concerns that she wasn't giving me 100% and voiced them to her, she said that she was still having troubles with her breakup and was feeling guilty about the whole thing. I completely understood this, and asked if she still wished to see each other. She said yes, that we've had such a great time so far and are amazing together, that everything just flows, and that time would heal it. Fast forward to now.
Don't get too bogged down in one psychological theory or other. Generally they all point towards the same things, but with different language, and slight nuances that depending on context, are all true. Reading psychological theories can be useful because it helps give you a language by which to understand your internal emotional states. Beyond that, it's important to articulate to yourself what your issues are, what your feelings are in the presence of certain triggers, and what end goal you ultimately want to reach through a hard effort towards self-improvement, with professional guidance.
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