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Dating after a break up

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” Knowing my stance on giving yourself enough time to heal from heartbreak, my newly-single friends will often shy away from telling me they’ve begun dating again.

When my newly single clients come into my office and say, “ugh, I’ve been on five dates in the last two weeks, and each one was worse than the last”, I tell them to take a deep breath and give themselves at least a week or two off from the dating scene (and hopefully more).Every break up feels like our own twisted versions of Romeo and Juliet.Call it bad timing or a stroke of bad luck, the fact remains. The only problem was that he didn’t want her back no matter how good she was to him, even to his own acknowledgement.Isn’t it natural for me to want waste no more time in finding the love of my life? When we lose a job, we immediately update our resume and start pounding the pavement.With matters of the heart, it’s just not that simple.By now you might feel the impulse to shout at your computer screen “just give me the number of weeks it’s going to take!

” One week for every year of the relationship is one of the most common healing time prescriptions.

Here’s where it gets tricky: being ready to find someone new is not about never thinking about your ex.

I have seen women try to suppress their grief in the hopes of moving on more quickly.

Keep in mind something that I like to call the two thirds rule.

Typically, when emotionally healthy, we will not be into approximately two thirds of the guys we meet.

Do you ever feel like your love life is filled with nothing but one unrequited love story after another?