Is it okay to get involved after a breakup?

by Stacy- Ann Miller

Is it okay to get involved with someone three weeks after your breakup? I just broke up with my boyfriend of two years recently and after a week, I met someone who was there to comfort me, and he is really a nice guy. He cares for me and knows how to make me smile.

Whenever I am around him all my troubles just melt away. At first I was scared because I could not get over my ex, but now that I am over him, is it okay for me to love this person and let him know how I feel?

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May 14, 2009
That's how a pattern starts
by: Anonymous

You always have to give yourself time to heal from all things. Your feelings and emotions over a man you dated and shared your life with for two years have not left. You just have a distraction who is doing and saying what your ex isn't. But just be careful because you do not want to put all your hope in this new guy and then get disappointed twice and really be hurt later on.

You have to heal, take time and reflect and focus on yourself for a minute. True love will come to you, especially when you're trying to save yourself.

Just don't move quickly. Take the focus off people and put it in God and in yourself.

May 12, 2009
Go for Him
by: Anonymous

Wow, this is exactly what happened with me. I dated a guy literally for 2 years. He pretty much broke up with me because I wanted to save sex. My best friend was there and I had always had feelings for him, just never thought it would work.

We started hanging out a lot more and he did the sweetest, most romantic things ever and I just started melting. I forgot all about my ex, he was a jerk and I knew that.

I can honestly say I think I'm falling for this guy now and we just started dating a month ago. He makes me happier than I ever thought possible, I can't have one bad day when he talks to me.

So I definitely support you to move on. If you feel like you're ready and you're over your ex then, Darlin', go for it.

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