Break up dating again - Lesbian Dating: 6 Steps To Start Dating Again After a Break Up


Isn't that one of the greatest issues of our generation? The inability to wait. Thanks to significant scientific and technological advances, we've grown accustomed to instantaneous gratification. We have trouble sticking to what takes time to accomplish, which means we barely stick to anything. A lot of people give up on their workouts because visible progress takes time, but what if they stuck it out? What if those people not only started a workout regimen, but kept up with it? Wouldn't the results then, despite taking a while, be inevitable? Well, what if the same thought process were applied after a breakup? What if instead of attempting to distract yourself with someone else, you gave yourself enough time to get to know this version of yourself?

There is a period of natural grieving and heartache for both partners,  even  if you are the one who ended the relationship!   If you move on too quickly with hopes of sidestepping the pain (commonly known as a “rebound relationship”), this grief will find you later, somehow, often when you least expect it.  Sometimes a partner will grieve the relationship before ending it.  Which leaves the unsuspecting partner very hurt by her partner’s seeming “coldness” about the breakup.  “Why doesn’t she feel sad?”  “Why is she so cold?”  “How come I’m the only one feeling anything here?”  Typically this occurs when one partner does the work of grieving the relationship BEFORE ending the relationship.


Break up dating again

Break up dating again