Based on years of research and work with her own clients, Susan Elliott offers a proven plan that will help you to: Examine past relationships for unfinished business and negative patterns Identify warning signs and red flags Keep your standards and boundaries high, even when you're head over heels Work through rejection, rebounding, and other bumps in the road Decide when to take a relationship to the next level and when to say goodbye With practical rules, strategies, and self-assessmentsincluding tips for dating as a parent and dating online Getting Back Out There will help you transition from your split to a happy, healthy new relationship.
12/01/2014Lawyer and grief counselor Elliott (Getting Past Your Breakup) offers readers humble and perceptive advice for recovering from heartbreak and reentering the dating world.
Here are more reasons to get back on the dating horse and try again: * The more people you meet, the more you learn about yourself and your likes and dislikes.
* You are being a courageous individual by putting yourself out there – that alone is worth it.
If it makes you feel good then have your hair done and your mani-pedi. You being you, at ease with yourself and the way you look and enjoying life, makes you more attractive.4. As you are getting back out there into the dating world remember to keep an open mind.
Often after the end of a relationship, it is easy to see little things in anyone new that you meet that remind you of relationships past. Find the humor even in the less-than-perfect dates.
But I still think it is tragic to not move forward in this area.
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Boundaries are really about knowing what you will and won’t put up with.
Those times where you might not have listened to your gut feeling – those are where your boundaries should be instilled.
These are all very normal thoughts to have, and so it starts with not being afraid to admit to yourself that you might have hang-ups around your ex and what happened in your past relationships.