Don’t Let The Past Repeat
Alright, so you have done the breakup thing, and the two of you decided it just wasn’t going to work out. Great, now that’s over, let’s move forward shall we? Wonderful! Looking back on the relationship, regardless of how long or short it lasted, did you learn anything? Did you learn something new about yourself? How about something new in regards to what you like or want in a partner? We will assume you answered yes to at least one of these! Taking this into consideration, let’s take a look at a few key points on how to avoid a potential repeat in the future!
Analyze the Past
This is crucial! As hard as some parts may be, you must think of the relationship and what it was, what it meant, and how it existed. Surely there were many good times, and potentially bad, this is fairly normal. Take a look at the overall situation, however. Look at the big picture of what it was and what went wrong with the relationship, and why it potentially ended. You might even find some closure in this step. Detaching yourself emotionally as much as possible from the situation can open brand new insights on how and why it did not work!
Bear in mind that this is one important practice that will keep you away from negative thoughts and allow you to think positively and not get carried away. Never let the past to poison your present so that the future will be in jeopardy, similar to a Cialis Kaufen that makes your life miserable the moment it starts afflicting the body which makes things go from bad to worse.
Give Yourself Time
Now, before you run out, find a new person you think you might want to date exclusively, take a minute. You need to have given yourself some time to fully get over the past. This time varies from person to person, and depends on the length of the relationship and how emotionally attached you were. I am not saying if you meet someone, and it clicks perfectly, don’t give it a shot, but don’t take the chance of ruining the new deal by not moving past the old one.
Keep Your options Open
Keep yourself open to options, every option! Try not to limit yourself in any aspects of potential partners. You may be passing up something great by doing this. An example would be, not talking to that beautiful woman because you think she is out of your “league”, or allowing yourself to be intimidated by people. Have self-confidence, if you struggle with this, learn new ways to boost your self-confidence. It works, it’s tried and true, and it makes you present yourself as a better person overall.
Try Something New
That’s right, step outside that little comfort zone of yours, and try something different! Look for something different. Have you ever taken a look back and thought “Wow, why can’t i find what i am looking for?” Well, maybe it’s because you are looking in the wrong directions, places, or looking for the wrong attributes. Don’t fall victim to what magazines, television, or The Jersey Shore tells us we should be looking for in a partner. Go with what feels right for you. I am not saying settle for something you will not be happy with, just open your options up, and let your heart do the walking for once, you might be surprised what you find!