Break up dating again
When they were happy and settled in a relationship, stories of my misadventures in romance (of which I have many) were amusing to them.
Now that they’re on the other side, though, my anecdotes are slightly more terrifying.
You know the drill: You ferociously check his Instagram feed to see if he has deleted your memories together.
You’ll secretly deep dive into every female who leaves a trace on his Facebook profile.
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But really—reporting live from the front lines of singledom—it’s not so bad!
I’ve been meeting guys through Bumble and out in the world.
And honestly, jumping into a new relationship with these feelings is just plain unhealthy. Starting a new relationship in this state will be toxic for both you and your new partner. If you can check this list off, you’ve got the greenlight to start dating. Making sure you’re in a healthy frame of mind should be top priority, no matter what.
If you’re blaming yourself for what went wrong in the old relationship, you can’t go into a new one thinking that it’s going to work out.