Fish out of water dating
Only then do you finally know what you’re looking for. But not just any wrong person: the right wrong person—someone you lovingly gaze upon and think, “This is the problem I want to have.” –Galway Kinnell Take advantage of this freedom by serial dating and having fun.
You don’t want to jump back into another relationship with your head all twisted.
It is futile to look for someone who has no flaws, or someone who is capable of significant change; that sort of person exists only in our imaginations.” – Scott Adams Many people make the error of remaining complacent in a relationship out of obligation or because they do not think they can do better.
Think about that -- how does that make any sense whatsoever?
Do not settle for the bare minimum because you are scared of rejection.
We create endless excuses to justify our complacency and all that it will result in is our looking back with regret and a slightly bruised ego, wishing we hadn’t settled.“The best you can hope for in a relationship is to find someone whose flaws are the sort you don’t mind.
Once you’re at the bottom, you can only rise above. Use all of the “fish in the sea” to teach yourself what you do and don’t want out of life.
Don’t just stay somewhere or with someone because you are comfortable.
But I was beginning to believe that a very few times in your life, if you were lucky, you might meet someone who was exactly right for you.
Go out and date different types of people; the world is your oyster.
Try different things and try not to linger for too long on your breakup.
You are constantly growing as a person so what served you when you were one age may not serve you the same way as you grow. As you change, the people and things you choose to surround yourself will also change and that is something to be embraced not feared.
Everyone has heard Stephen Chbosky's quote, "We accept the love we think we deserve." Why do people choose to be complacent instead of moving where there are better opportunities?
Finding yourself single after a long-term relationship can seem daunting, but it does not have to be.