Dating and taking a break
Yep, that’s when it’s time to take a break from dating.The idea might sound terrifying at first, especially if you’d planned to accomplish this whole falling in love thing by a certain date. Maybe you need to spend more time at work or with family.It’s easy to become overly dependent on digital dating, but it’s important to create opportunities for meeting people offline, too, says Davis Edwards.
Sometimes, these "breaks" can stretch for years or even decades.
Love makes the world go ‘round and you’re certainly not going to spend the rest of your life alone.
Starting over is daunting, but what choice do you have?
That’s good, because until you feel better about yourself, men, and the possibility of true love, there is little to gain from going out on a date. Nearly 40% of my readers are in the exact same position as you: burned out by online dating, getting over a heartbreak, or recently divorced after a long marriage.
I want you to use this time to better understand men, better understand yourself and better understand dating dynamics, so when you DO get out there, you’ll do so with joy and confidence. I also discovered that I could attract a ton of quality men, in no time at all, if I needed to go back out there.
The shift reflects the inner clarity we've gained because we look for love with openness and awareness.