I would like to say that those who have a couple of poor dating experiences, only to chalk it all up to some cheap and cheesy generalizations, need to back up, chill, and re-evaluate themselves and what they're here for. Yes, they should make sure its really over before they start dating again, but they need to as quickly as possible IMO, or they could end up just being bitter & sad.Yes, they should make sure its really over before they start dating again, but they need to as quickly as possible IMO, or they could end up just being bitter & sad.In my experience, the people who are just getting back into dating after a long relationship, especially an unhappy marriage are usually broken, and just want to feel human again.But all i know is,no thank you certainly not for me.
They definately don't realize that it's not really fair to bring someone new into the mix.. Now what kind of man would respond a profile like that -- boring, cookie-cutter men, that's who. I have a feeling you would have had bad dates no matter who you had dated, except you might be blaming them on something else, like maybe they were Dutch or had goatees or had small ears, or.... could someone please tell me the correct way to spell neccessarily? Just being with someone at the time was enough for me. I was divorced over 2 years ago, dated someone within a few months after we split up & when I got back into the dating scene, many women were asking stuff like "why separated? But I'm not a hermit so I chose to date other women, although I didn't sleep with any of them til I got my final decree.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. Sorry, but IMHO the first person you date after a big breakup is always a rebound. As far as wherearallthemen, I have to go with Mt Loop Hiker's insight on this one, you'll be weeding out the wussbags as long as you have an attitude like that one.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... I have been the rebound girl enough times to figure this out, and as a rule of thumb I don't like to date anyone who hasn't been divorced for about two years. It looks as though you're looking for some prince charming to ride up to you on his steed & whisk you away to his castle while he gives you foot massages & feeds you bon bons from some silver tray & tells you how lucky he is to have found you & that he wants to be your mother's best son in law some day.