Dating a girl on the rebound


04-Oct-2017 16:21

Anyway, Jane puts so much time and effort into perfecting everyone else's weddings, she has no time to work on her own.

She can't get herself out there to meet a guy willing to marry her because she's running from one friend's wedding to the next.

And while you are still trying to understand what happened and pick up the shattered pieces of your life, your ex has started another relationship. Your ex seems happy and their new relationship seems to be going perfectly.

You can’t believe that they’ve moved on so fast, so you consult your friend, search the Internet and everyone seems to say the same thing. The new guy/girl seems completely opposite of you and yet your ex seems committed to make this relationship work.

Part of my job as dating coach is to occasionally dole out some of these harsh truths. Your friends and family care too much about your feelings to tell you.

I understand your romantic life is a personal and touchy subject.

Or perhaps she truly does want to be with you because of who you are and the connection that she feels with you.

That strange, occasionally awkward and sometimes delicate balance after a breakup where we have to stop and ask ourselves, “Am I ready to be dating someone again or is this person part of a phase I’m going through while residual emotions from my last relationship are still being sorted out?

Getting the truth straight up makes us uncomfortable. It forces us to see parts of ourselves that need to be improved or changed completely. Some of the most important lessons I’ve learned were not what I wanted to hear, but what I needed to hear.

I serve as a great distraction for the guys who are experiencing heartbreak.