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Americans only say “I love you” after months of dating.There’s less pressure, less expectations and more “let’s just have a good time” kind of vibe.We have all commonly seen American films and music videos portraying men and women treating dating like it’s some sort of game.I've been told that the European attitude and approach to dating is a lot different: there are far fewer "rules" and games, and multi-dating is rare. For any of you who have lived and dated on both continents, is there any advice you can share?I think there are differences, certainly in US it seems acceptable to 'multi-date' whereas in most European countries there is an assumed commitment to one person when you start dating, dating multiple people is a no go, which has benefits, if you are just dating one person and you are a couple from the off then it's possible to get closer sooner and there is less scope for misunderstandings. I'd agree with wuggle on the multi-dating thing, particularly in the Uk - apart from in the very very early stages of dating, seeing more than one person isn't really tolerated.Also in Europe, women don't expect guys to pay for the dates, in general "daters" split the bill or each of them offers politely to pay.Eastern Europe is different though, guys are almost always supposed to pay, lots of awesome women but lots of gold-diggers too As for the rest I don't see any major differences... There are times I've gone out with a guy, had a connection with him and then he's indicated that he's seeing other women.The idea is that you would at least drop the rest if you find a good connection with one.You might want to specify where you're moving to though as Europe is a huge place!I've lived in the Uk and am now in Italy, and boy, the dating style is very different. I confirm british posters said, in France, Spain and Italy, multi-dating is a deal-breaker.I guess this is partly due to cultural differences but there are a lot of variances across the continent. There is a assumed/unspoken rule than when you start to date you become exclusive.