Dont feel like dating after breakup

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Put in black and white, you’re not going to have amazing connection with everyone you go on a date with and they won’t with you.

See the fun in it; it’s an experience and even in the worst case scenario, a story!

Here are a few thoughts on getting back on the dating scene after a break-up.

Don’t do it because your ex is It’s so tempting (and easy!

In the meantime, when mourning the end of a relationship, be sure to avoid the following “don’ts” of breakup etiquette, which can just end up harming you more. Right now, you’re not looking for a friend who looks exactly like the person who broke your heart.

If dating makes you anxious about all of this then it’s probably an indication you should take some more time out for yourself.

In short, I think the right time to date again following a break-up is when you’re content being single and are able to approach it with the view of meeting new people, having new experiences and creating new memories regardless of the outcome.

Meeting new people in general is an important part of the ‘getting over a break-up’ journey as encourages in new memories, friendships and connections to your life.

If something more develops and you are happy with that, great!

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