Before the world was over-run with social networking sites, we didn’t have to worry about spotting your ex-boyfriend frolicking naked with some stripper on Facebook, or seeing that he’s “looking for love” on Twitter, but the world’s a much smaller place now. If you use Facebook, Twitter, or any of those sites you have to accept, at some time or another you’ll catch a glimpse of what your old flames up to now. And if they do, how could they be looking for someone else so soon? I feel that this is going to take me a long time to get over. Should I just keep trying despite the circumstances and how I feel? It's the only way you can truly see if someone is legit or not. I tried sooo hard to fix things but I couldn't fix them by myself.
However, as cliched as it is, after a break-up it can often be the case. I think that’s wonderful and that they are extremely lucky to have met the woman or man or their dreams. But I do know a lot of people have met their “soul mates” via some form of online dating.Because whereas a woman will link certain events in her life together, preferring to see these events and situations as somehow related, struggling to understand how an ex-partner's behaviour isn't a reaction or a result of something she has done (when he says it's not you, it's him - take heed) a man will close the old box and open the new one. Woman's brain - "I don't want to date too soon after we've broken up, it undermines what I had with my ex and I should have some time on my own to grieve over our failed relationship.Besides, I'm worried that if I launch into a new relationship quickly it might have an impact on my ability to commit in the future." Or in layman's terms, your ex-boyfriend wants a shag 20 times more than you do.