How long after a break up of a long term relationship should someone wait before entering the...
dating world again?
There really is no perfect time, but I would say the longest time you should wait to get back in the dating game is around a year. Although it really depends on how you feel and the circumstances of your previous relationship.
Thanks Mr. Thinktank. I do agree there isn't a perfect time but I do find that some people get started too soon while others never ever get out.
1 year seems like a good point to step back and notice that you haven't gotten out in the dating world and start making steps towards moving forward.
You get stuck in there when you feel comfortable...there is no time...might be a day (personally I think a little short) or a year (personally a little long)..truth is...you will know...as I said..when you feel right about it ..it will happen:)
Start dating straight away if it makes you feel good, just don't take it too seriously too soon, give yourself whatever time you need to get over your breakup before you jump into the next serious relationship.
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