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Published on: 25 Jun 2012 by renderella
So you went through some rough times with the last relationship and you're not wanting to touch the waters again for a while. Okay that makes sense. Well how do you know when you will be okay again to let someone into your heart?
This really differs from person to person, but I think overall it's the same.
How do you feel around you prefered sex? Do you start thinking certain ones are cute? Do you think about touching them (their hair and such)? Or do you find yourself saying dumb things?
These are all ways to know that you are starting to be okay with moving on, but what if they don't feel the same way? Right. Isn't that everyones biggest fear, rejection is the worst nightmare that no one wants to have.
If you're finally getting back out there in that big sea of fish then don't rush it! Take it slow, give it time, put on those brakes! Otherwise you will find yourself saying the "L" word way too soon. Then you wont be saying because that's how you truly feel about them, but because that's what you want them to feel towards you because you miss that feeling from the previous person.
Okay. Well you don't think any of the things above, but there is someone you started hanging around and you feel strange around them. You can't imagine yourself liking them or being with them, you just feel comfortable around them and talking to them. You feel like you're already best friends and that's okay.
I actually think relationships that go this way are normally best. You start off being great friends and then if it moves to the next level great! But again! Don't rush it. Seriously ladies and gents take it slow! A lot of people don't want to be someones rebound hook up and a lot of us tend to do that without really thinking that.
You become to close to the other person, next thing you know you're making out in there car, and then you just feel empty and awkward on the way home. I know this has happened probably HUNDREDS upon HUNDREDS of times. I have friends who tell me things like this all the time and they continue to do it! They always say "I don't know what's wrong with me!" Or "I dont' know why I broke up with them" ...well you're either an A$$ who just breaks up with people for no reason ( I used to be that way, so glad I changed) or you really weren't over your ex.
Please be aware that you will be hurting another human being if you do that and that they probably will not talk to you for a long time or ever if that happens. Even then things will probably be pretty awkward for the both of you.
I think the best way to tell of course is your heart....Your heart will tell you when it's okay and when it's not. Just listen to it. I know a lot of times we don't want to hear what it's saying, but you should. Like those times when it says that you really want to be with your best friend, but you are afraid to ruin a friendship...you should go for it. You never know when that chance may come again and even if it doesn't last long, you may miss out on one of the best adventures of your life.
It's true what they say about your heart fluttering, and getting those butterflies in your stomach when you're around the person you really want to be with, care for, and will eventually love ( i said eventually love, because love doesn't come immediately, it comes with time, and people shouldn't use the word so freely).
Now you know what to do, or you should.
If you don't understand, then post a blog about the person you like, how you feel around them, and tell me to read it.
I really dislike this saying, but in this blog I think it works YOLO- so listen to your heart and go for it. That's not only for relationships, but also your goals and dreams.