- 5 days ago
I came out of a 2 year relationship last November but I honestly should have come out of it months before (like January 2019) when I started feeling it wasn’t right but for some reason, mainly booked holidays etc I stuck with it. We had happy times but I just don’t think we were suited for anything more than friends. I didn’t feel heartbroken when it was over and knew it was because it was long after its time it should have happened.
I feel ready to date again and meet someone who makes me feel giddy and happy to see them. I like my life and am enjoying being single, I read lots, have a good job, own my own home, go to the gym, spend time with friends (although my friendship group is small and my aim this year was to extend it) etc…just when I was about to start dating we got put in lockdown (I am Scottish and live here) for the coronavirus. So I want to be proactive for when we eventually get to go back to normal and make good choices with the next person I date.
Any dating tips? Where to meet guys etc?
Also any good self help/dating books that you really think helped you meet your SO? I make the same mistakes in all relationships – mainly im a big pushover and just go along with things even if im not happy as I don’t like to rock the boat or upset anyone. I also tend to date guys who act like they want it all but never do and im 100% sure I want kids and marriage and then end up wasting time on those that just don’t want what I do.
Any good advice would be appreciated whilst I have all this time on my hands 😛