Rebound dating after divorce
This relationship has not only been “blissful” as you described, but has really turned into a deep meaningful love that lacks the needy and selfish characteristics that afflicted my previous relationships.I realize that your advice is meant to help people and I truly commend you on all the work you have put into helping people get through these difficult and painful times.A week after that, I asked out a girl in a coffee shop and dated her for a month and a half.When things didn’t work out, I was sad, but I was relieved to know that the “rebounding” part of my post-divorce dating life was over and that now I could go find my next true love.Even if you’re the one who left, you now observe how happy your ex looks with their new partner, and you wonder why you weren’t able to inspire that same happiness.should have found an equally fulfilling relationship by now.I think they’re an important part of the healing process.
The fact that they were wrong for us doesn’t mean they deserve to be alone and miserable for the rest of their life.
Bottom line: no matter what you see on social media, you don’t know your ex’s actual situation.
You don’t know the whole story of their life after you, and you have no business knowing, anyway.
You wonder why finding a new significant other seems so easy for your ex but so difficult for you.
This exacerbates your vulnerability and makes you more likely to jump into a relationship you aren’t ready for with a person who is wrong for you.