Are you hung up on your ex and wondering if it's too soon to start dating again? If so, help is on the way. In this video, divorce coach and YourTango Expert Maya Ezratti shares her advice on how to move on from heartbreak.
Is there such a thing as waiting "too long"? Really, all of these questions are super legit and hard to really answer without getting expert opinion, which is why I asked 13 experts: When should you hit the dating game again after a breakup? Read on to discover 13 love and relationship experts' advice as to how long you should wait after a breakup to date again. When You're Ready Giphy "Don't start dating again after a breakup until you are fully engaged in being a receptive dating partner," certified relationship coach Rosalind Sedacca tells Bustle.
If you jump too soon, you'll pass up the "opportunity to explore healthy new relationships," she says. Dating, when you feel ready, can be a good way of practicing the new skills you are learning as you acquire awareness about yourself. Once You've Let Go Of Bitterness Giphy "While I think that being social is too soon to start dating again immediately, I think dating is for those who are not seeking to be fulfilled but to share, and can do so without any memory that is bitter of the past," zen psychotherapist and neuromarketing strategist Michele Paiva tells Bustle.