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11-Apr-2019 16:49

But my question is this – firstly, how can I really uncover whether this is a rebound thing, or if the feelings might be genuine, and secondly, because I am so aware that I really needed to ‘break the mold’, how do I evaluate if this is not just the motivation for something new.

I have had a conversation with the new guy, and he is understanding and patient – but I also don’t want to keep him hanging on. But I applaud you for getting out there instead of pining away for a guy who demonstrated his lack of integrity by going straight into the arms of your friend. And then, when it comes time to step things up, they bail because they weren’t “really” ready to be committed for life. These are not bad people; they are driven by their emotions and are doing the best they can.

The issue in our relationship was she felt I wasn't being as supportive enough helping out around the house and being more "romantic/ chivalrous".

I agree I could have done more to help out around house.. It wasn't as priority to me and after we did discuss I did make more of an effort..

Don’t key his car, kidnap his cat, or destroy his stuff. Maybe you’d just rather be in a bad relationship than be in no relationship at all. Learn what you can from the relationship that just ended and move forward. Be thankful that the wrong relationship ended to free you up for the right one.

And never, ever do something that could land you in legal trouble. There will be times when it’s important to communicate with an ex. Maybe you have to deal with a shared lease or pet custody. Instead of clinging to lost hope, find a wise friend who can help you walk through the reasons why you’re having a hard time letting go. Deep down, you know that you don’t want to be in a relationship with someone you had to beg to be with you. Take some time to refocus and pursue the things you’ve always loved to do.

I find myself doubting all my feelings, not least because of the betrayal that I am still processing. Dear Susan, Thanks for the smart and self-aware email. There are two issues here that I want to address separately: I take a pretty cerebral approach to dating, but ultimately, relationships are about what’s in your heart. Is it generally a risky bet to date someone on the rebound? But do people on the rebound fall in love every day? Ultimately, you will never know what kind of relationship you have on your hands until you let down your guard and stop keeping him at arm’s length.

But, had no idea it would lead to be one of the reasons she would end things...

He’s keen to progress things but I’ve kept him at arms-length (with honesty and openness about why).

The new guy is so very different to anyone I’ve ever dated before, and I know this is a good thing, on so many levels.

Whether you “consciously uncoupled” or were heartlessly dumped out of the blue, any kind of parting ways can sting. Very rarely can a breakup lead to a solid friendship, and until you’re okay with the idea of your ex dating someone new — and vice versa — you’re not ready to be pals.

There are healthy ways to deal with your grief, which is real and vaild, but there are also things that can trip you up and postpone healing. Create intentional space for a while and let yourself mourn the end of the relationship.

But, had no idea it would lead to be one of the reasons she would end things...He’s keen to progress things but I’ve kept him at arms-length (with honesty and openness about why).The new guy is so very different to anyone I’ve ever dated before, and I know this is a good thing, on so many levels. Whether you “consciously uncoupled” or were heartlessly dumped out of the blue, any kind of parting ways can sting. Very rarely can a breakup lead to a solid friendship, and until you’re okay with the idea of your ex dating someone new — and vice versa — you’re not ready to be pals.There are healthy ways to deal with your grief, which is real and vaild, but there are also things that can trip you up and postpone healing. Create intentional space for a while and let yourself mourn the end of the relationship.You get home, open a bottle of wine and start listening to Need You Now, by Lady Antebellum. Just wanted to make sure you got home ok.” Why couldn’t it be the one I want?