Ex dating other men
I am told the biggest reason why we broke up is partly because she feels the need to "find herself again" because she feels she doesn't have any "true" friends and is just overwhelmed and lost with our seperation and stress.The issue in our relationship was she felt I wasn't being as supportive enough helping out around the house and being more "romantic/ chivalrous".Jumping into a new relationship too quickly after a break-up is called “rebounding.” It’s called this because it’s a period where you are vulnerable and inviting attention on yourself from people who have their own agendas, just as an NBA player becomes vulnerable immediately after retrieving a missed shot.
I imagined that a combination of friends, casual dating, and personal growth would fill the lonely void created by my spouse’s absence, but they didn’t.
This makes perfect sense from the outside looking in.
From the woman's point of view, she sees the picture of a man who is constantly dating and attempting to pick up women, while other men his age are home with their families partaking in more "adult activities." But how fair is it to label men who constantly date new women in a negative way? Today, I am going to attempt to debunk a few generalizations that women tend to make about men who date a lot of women. Men who date a lot of women usually have bad intentions.
If you are strongly sensing something is off about a man, you should go with that feeling.
On the other hand, sometimes women are way off-base with how they perceive men.