Moving on in a relationship is a grieving process. Sure the heartbroken will go through the same steps as the grieving process of a loved one. Therd is one extra step though... forgiving the lost lover and yourself because you don't want to bring that kind of baggage into a new relationship. I'm not saying that all relationships are bad but why punish the next person up to bat to win the affections of a heart? Why go for that rebound one night stand or relationship when you as the broken hearted has not forgave or accepted the loss?
You're absolutely right. Never ever enter a relationship if you're not totally ready to be in a relationship again Just always think that it will be unfair to the other party if you'll just using him/her to avoid any negative feeling caused by the previous relationship.
by lovelife084 years ago
Assuming we're talking about a younger couple, what would you think of a person's decision to start dating again only one or two months after their spouse dies as a result of illness, car accident, etc?
by Motown2Chitown4 years ago
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by Vickiw3 years ago
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by JP Carlos5 years ago
Perhaps more than just forgiving the person, would you still think of continuing with the relationship?
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