Dating a guy just out of a relationship

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Have realistic expectations If you are dating someone who just broke up, it is crucial that you keep your expectations on a realistic level.Even if it was not a serious thing your partner had going on with his/her ex, the break-up is likely to leave them hurt and vulnerable.It wasn’t like I was sulking in a corner for a year, but I would catch myself 6 months after the breakup thinking about “unfinished business” or “loose ends” that still bothered me.The bulk of the healing happened within the first month and a half (and probably would have happened quickly if I had just acknowledged that I needed time to work everything out in my head and lifestyle.) My point in all of this is that it’s up to the guy to work his issues out.First, you mentioned that he was very stressed after having broken up his relationship of 10 months a couple of weeks ago.You followed that up with, “I was confused because I thought he really liked me.” Maybe I’m missing something here, but his recent break up with his girlfriend has nothing to do with whether or not he likes you.From the beginning of this he’s texted me almost immediately and held conversations.Now it’s been two days and I’ve heard nothing from him.

The end of a relationship is almost always difficult, no matter how long two people have been together.

And then is there is the danger of succumbing to the temptation of a rebound relationship.

However not everyone coming out of a relationship is incapable of an emotionally healthy new partnership.

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The date was actually really great – I was definitely into him and he showed every indication of being into me (the way he looked at me, the things he said, etc.) At one point, he mentioned that he’s really stressed right now because he just broke up with his girlfriend of 10 months a couple weeks ago.

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