Dating one year after divorce
Coming out of a relationship can be a miserable time.And since misery loves nothing so much as company it is difficult to withstand the temptation to forget about what ails you by jumping into another relationship.Because, as the saying goes, those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.So if you truly want to enjoy what the future has in store, give yourself time to come to terms with your past.The best way to deal with intense, rebound-related emotions is to reason your way out of them.Admit to yourself that you may be in dire need of affection and try to see your new flame from an objective perspective.
You've made the plans, confirmed the plans, and now it's time to get down to business.
Staying single for a year or longer is also par for the course.
You can use this time to get back in touch with yourself.
Understand that you are, in fact, on the rebound and keep a casual and light-hearted attitude about all of your dates.
If, perchance, you should find yourself falling deeply in love with someone you've just met, understand that it may just be the rebound talking.