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Breakups Are Painful!

Breakups can be tough. They can leave us feeling raw, vulnerable and sometimes broken. Healing from a relationship ending, is a process and takes time. It's crucial to not skip the grieving and healing that comes after a relationship ends, because if you do, unprocessed hurt and emotions will resurface later. Whereas, if you deal with them in the moment they will be processed and release, leaving you free to move on, in time.

Because it can be an emotional rollercoaster when you're getting over someone, it can be hard to know when it's okay to start dating again. While there's no strict rule, figuring out when you're ready involves understanding your feelings and considering a few important things. Let's break it down to some guidelines to help us know when we really are ready to embark on the dating journey again!

Bear These Points In Mind To Make Sure You're Ready:

1. Give Yourself Time to Feel Better:

Breakups are like emotional storms. Before thinking about a new relationship, it's important to take time to feel better. Just like fixing a broken ship, give yourself the space to heal and get back on your feet.

2. Get to Know Yourself:

Understanding your feelings and what you want is like having a reliable guide. Take some time to think about what worked and what didn't in your last relationship. Knowing yourself better is not just good for you but also helps you make better choices in the future.

3. Make Sure You're Ready:

Just like a ship needs to be ready for a journey, you need to be ready for a new relationship. Ask yourself if you're looking for companionship for the right reasons or just to fill a gap. Make sure you're in a good place mentally and emotionally before getting into something new.

4. Keep it Real:

Every relationship is different, and having realistic expectations is like planning your route on a map. No relationship is perfect, so be clear about what you want and what you can give. Realistic expectations prevent disappointment and help you approach new connections with an open mind.

5. Talk About It:

Clear and honest communication is like the wind that moves a ship forward. Before starting a new relationship, talk openly about your intentions, expectations, and any leftover feelings from your past. This sets the stage for a healthy connection built on trust and understanding.

Use Your Own Intuition and Judgement to Decide When The Time Is Right!

Deciding when to date after a breakup is personal and depends on your own unique journey. Take your time to understand your feelings and let yourself heal. When you're ready to start again, do it with a clear mind, realistic expectations, and a willingness to enjoy the new adventure. If you have taken the time to process and deal with your emotions and grief following a relationship ending, you'll be in the best head-space (and heart space) to try again!

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