This may appear to be a very dramatic description, but that is what happens to people after divorce.
They carry the baggage: the pain, the suffering, their regrets and their anger around with them.
Think about making a decision on how you want to correspond with your date.
When you finally do contact someone, would it be better to meet them face to face or start with an email or phone call to get to know each other better? Once you have made all of the above decisions then you should be ready to start.
Compatibility is the most important thing about dating.
Most internet dating sites will have a service which can help match you with the right person.
Whether you opt for speed dating or online dating there is someone for everyone out there, and if after a few months nothing has happened and you grow impatient, then move on to the next form of dating.
Imagine walking around with a ball and chain, or walking around carrying four (4) large suitcases at all times.I all too often see people in a new and serious relationship, very hot and heavy into this new relationship, within six (6) months.That relationship breaks-up and they are into a new relationship almost immediately and so on and like dominos, the new relationships keep failing and they learn nothing meaningful from those failed relationships.For example, many women who have been in abusive relationships will choose abusive second partners and many men who were very unhappy about their wives lack of companionship and affection in the first relationship will choose another person who is the same way.People tend to go into rebound relationships, so they are barely out of the first relationship, when to prove their own attractiveness or to fill their own need to be held, cared about and cherished they find someone new.Again, I am not saying that people should not go out on a date, for coffee, or to have a good time or learn to laugh again or feel attractive in the eyes of new people.