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There are relationship girls — the ones who always seem to have a boyfriend, who don’t show up to parties alone and who seem to have no trouble getting guys — and then there are the single girls, who are totally happy and have active social lives.When you’ve been single for a while, you may still get excited about going on dates but there inevitability comes a point when you would rather watch TV with a glass of wine on your couch than suffer through another date that is going nowhere.If you’re still blaming your ex for everything that went wrong in your relationship, you’re not ready to date yet. However, if getting back your treasured, perfectly worn hoodie or epic snow-globe collection is crucial to your sense of well-being, you need to get that crap back as soon as possible and You’ve reached the point where you’re no longer constantly talking or thinking about your ex. It’s totally normal to think about your ex and want to talk about the break up after it happens.Part of moving on is being able to own up to your own personal BS and mistakes – even if that mistake was dating your ex in the first place. The healing process after a breakup isn’t complete until you’ve had a chance to air all of your grievances and vent until you’re blue in the face.If you date for six months, the other person might break up with you.This freaks you out so much you’d rather keep things status quo for as long as possible. It is kind of an excuse, but you also really believe it. But think about whether anything in your calendar can change so you can go on a date if you really want to. Aya Tsintziras Aya Tsintziras is a freelance lifestyle writer and editor.
You spend your free time catching up on your shows, going to yoga and swearing this is the week you’re going to cook more. The kind of dates where you escape to the bathroom and text your BFF needing advice on how to leave gracefully. Eleanor Roosevelt said “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent” and you live by that motto, but you’ve been insulted by guys in the past and don’t feel like dealing with it.Simone Paget Simone is a freelance writer and author of the sexy and irreverent blog Skinny Dip.When she's not writing her heart out, she loves wandering her city with a large cup of coffee in hand, in search of the next great story.She shares gluten-free, dairy-free recipes and personal stories on her food blog, With every breakup, there’s always this point when you’ve stopped crying and you start to think about dating again.