How long to wait before dating again
The utter sadness and despair you feel post-breakup is exacerbated by the fears of fix ups, loneliness, considering or Tinder, and of course, rejection.
When we are faced with the “single again” situation, there are common things we all WANT to do, but in reality, these things are not what we SHOULD be doing.
Are you actively involved in each others’ lives as “friends”? How long was the relationship failing before you broke up?
But I thought it was an important question, which is why I want to analyze it with you. I made the conscious decision to move on instantly.
To best heal your breakup wounds, you should avoid doing the following (we know, they’re tempting as hell), and opt for the less appealing, but healthier options: You just lost a guy who gave you constant attention, affection and care.
Every minute your phone doesn’t light up with his name, or every time you look at his social media, it makes you want to jump on the next guy who even glances your way to fill this void.
It may take time for you to make sure you’re not just rebounding or acting out due to your heartbreak. Putting too much pressure on falling in love right away will undoubtedly leave you disappointed and further delay your “getting over it” process.
You feel like the best way to get you over this breakup is to fall head over heels all over again. Go into each date with the mindset of just having fun, getting your mind off your ex and moving on for the evening, no other expectations.