I've told every date that I have no expectations, but I think they want more, in the long term. If you do want to reply to everyone, make it really clear with "Thanks for your message, you're not who I'm looking for and best of luck on your search." and ignore future messages if they persist. Personally, I think the dating of multiple people at once is a huge detriment to modern dating and ruins the opportunity of a lot of growing connections.
When it's time to stop seeing someone, how do you break it off as gently as possible? I make it clear in my profile that I only date one person at a time and I expect the same from the person I'm dating.
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I looked over /r/dating_advice, but i got the impression most people there are very young and we have different situations. I recently ended a long term relationship and signed up on a dating website.
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