When friends tell you to go out and "meet someone because after a breakup is the best time to meet somebody new," don't listen to them. You don't want to meet anybody new until you have processed your last relationship. You want to know what happened, accept what has happened, embrace the results and learn the lesson that your last relationship presented you. You want to go into the next stage of your life, the dating stage, with an open heart and open mind. Don't go out angry, disappointed or upset, because the law of attraction will bring you people that match those emotions. Why Is Divorce On The Rise?
The lesson behind your separation was to figure out what you did wrong and why you picked that person, so you do not make that same mistake again. It's important to know the lessons of your past relationships in order to move forward into a healthy, great, new relationship.
These are the three things that I did after my divorce and after doing them I started feeling much better. I started looking at life with more clarity. I am feeling better about the decision that was made. Yes, you're going to miss the person. There is going to be moments when you go to a restaurant and you see your favorite table or you eat the foods that you used to share. That is normal, natural and healthy.
The person that you were with, even though you are no longer with them, is still a wonderful and amazing person, just not your amazing and wonderful person. Embrace your divorce. Embrace feeling single and start falling back in love with the power of yourself.