That’s why you’ll try to keep your distance from any men who really seem to like you.
Sure, you’ll go out on a few dates with them, but if they try to exchange house keys, you’ll freak out.
It’s unfair to the person you’re actually sleeping with, but you don’t care, because he means nothing to you. You’re not crazy about the boy you’ve been casually seeing, but you post pictures of him and write statuses about him, just to make your ex jealous.
You want him to think that you’re actually happy with someone else. Rebound sex is entirely different than a rebound relationship.
Some people claim that the best way to get over someone is to get under someone else. When you’re still in love with someone else, it’s difficult to go out on dates and act like everything is normal.
The innocent new friend can be deposed by the other side’s lawyer (that is, asked questions that are taken under oath and recorded by a stenographer or even videotaped) and subpoenaed to testify at trial.
Everything reminds you of your past, so no place is safe. You know it’s a faux pas to mention your ex during a date, but you can’t help yourself.
It doesn’t matter if you talk about how big of a sweetheart he was or how big of a loser he was, because either way your current date won’t be happy about your fixation.
If you find that you just can’t wait until your divorce is final to start dating again, this article provides a few “do’s and don’ts” of dating before you are divorced.
Unfortunately, there is more that you shouldn’t do than should, but first let’s clarify what is meant by “dating.” Legally, “dating” means one-on-one social contact with another person.