Dating too early after divorce
We hypothesized that singles seeking relationships assess unseen qualities in others based on social price as it is reflected in actions, body language, and verbal communication.We concluded that those exhibiting self-confident assertions of dating standards are perceived as holding relatively more promise as marriage partners.With so many single adults out there, one might guess that there's also a lot of dating going on.Instead, it seems that the older we get, the less we date.At the core, inaccurate social pricing is a by-product of low self-esteem and other negative self-emotions. "It can be the fear of being hurt, rejected or involved, and it can stem from a history of having been hurt or of traumatic relationships.
So just as we tend to assume that expensive cars are better than similar, cheaper ones, we may also conclude that those demonstrating high social prices have unobserved qualities superior to those with lower social prices. For instance, individuals with a substantial income but little else to offer may exaggerate their social price.
Try not to fall into that trap because you don't want to be with someone similar to the one you left.
You will shortly find yourself again and know what you are looking for in a man/woman. If you were "alone" for a good period of time, mentally/physically or in other ways while in a relationship, than you are ready anytime after you get out. However, if you jump from one relationship to a new one (without mental/emotional time apart)..it might be too soon. If you need a rule of thumb as regards time after divorce, it is to be alone for one year for each four you were married.
Will it make you happy to start a new relationship?
I dont think you have got your head around the fact that you no longer have to take your exes opinion into account.