Dating gave up
You've met enough jerks, insensitive guys, dull women or men, or total non-communicators. I think I can use that term here on the Huffington Post, if not you won't be reading this line! I make very few guarantees, but as they say in advertising "I can virtually guarantee" there is someone out there for you.Perhaps it's individuals that are not supportive or with whom you share few common interests. You need this last one, I don't care what anyone says! If you find yourself nodding your head, rest assured you are not alone. Perhaps a diamond in the rough, an unexpected stranger, or dare I say it... It might even be an old pair of shoes that with a good spit polish will dance you off into the sunset.I’d had my fair share of “having fun” with guys I knew I wouldn’t marry, but as I grew older and watched my sisters find amazing partners to share their lives with, I realized that if this was something I really wanted, I needed to make it a bigger priority in my life. All signs pointed to online dating, so I spent a couple days crafting a killer profile that showed off my personality and passions.In less than a day I was flooded with messages, profile views, compliments, and likes.When I hit my mid-20s, I decided to take my love life more seriously.I wasn’t going to waste time on people who didn’t share the same values, interests, or personality traits I'd ideally want in a partner.At work, I was known as the girl with endless dating stories—so much so it almost became my identity.On a lazy Sunday afternoon, I was reflecting on some goals I had created for myself at the beginning of the year.
I was constantly chatting with attractive men and had dates lined up weeks in advance.
You need to grieve the loss of the relationship – if you don’t you’ll find it even harder to move on.
This process might seem embarrassing but ultimately showing your emotions will help you grow emotionally.
Whether it’s eating an entire tub of ice cream, crying for three hours straight or ceremonially throwing out everything that reminds you of them, there are a whole host of perfectly acceptable post break-up activities. Take a look at the top 10 If there was only one thing we could tell you about what not to do after a break-up this would be it.
Staying friends with your ex post break-up is a terrible idea.