Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...I see nothing wrong with that as long as she is up front to her new man about everything. Our marriage had a gradual death which happened over basically the last three years looking back at it.Each of us realised that we had different interests, priorities, senses of fairness towards others, etc.I am looking for someone who has basically the same qualities, but different. It usually take some time to detach from those gory details..it was not THAT gory.not have been much of a relationship anyway..usually two years to detach.on.bring on the new and improved..go forward and not look back.. I dated only one man.turned out to be a very good friend and a very supportive friend.. I waited ten months after my five year relationship broke up.I found I needed friends more than a romantic partner at the time.. and had 2 short terms dates..since then I have had None.by my choice.. IMHO It is very important to take time for yourseld after the break up of a long term relationship. So you are not now the same person you were at the start of the LTR.
It is always smart to take a good look at yourself and ask...
Everyone moves on at their own pace and that is their right. Also, personal circumstances can change things a lot.
I think she was just going out to take her mind off of being hurt. In my own case, I started looking for new people after I moved out of our apartment.
I am now looking for someone with VERY different character and values. got a new boyfriend in March of 2003 and was with him for nearly a year.
In December of 2005 I broke up with my boyfriend and haven't had one since.