You’re two different people which is why comparing yourself to others doesn’t solve (or help) anything.Again, focus on building your confidence and having fun.Are you aware of your role in the marriage’s demise?And, have you made as much peace as possible with your ex and the divorce?Practice holding your head up high and smiling at people as you make eye contact. You can’t literally walk with your head held high, but you can express your confidence in flattering pictures, the About Me section of your profile, and in written correspondence with other Meet Mindful members.The worst thing you can do is compare yourself to other women.You’ll need their shoulders to cry on, and their wisdom and listening ears to help you navigate this exciting new chapter. With the life changes you’ve gone through, make sure you’re taking the time to focus on you. Dress in a way that makes you feel good about what you see in the mirror.Switch up your daily routine so you’re not stuck in past patterns and ruts by default, and choose to surround yourself with the people and things that inspire you.
And while it may not last, the first relationship you have with a new man can do a lot to heal your wounded soul.
Divorce is one of the most traumatic events we go through, and when we reach the proverbial "light at the end of the tunnel," many of us feel that little spring in our step and start to think about dating again.
So how can you start off on the right foot when you're just beginning to dip your toes back into the dating pool?
If you aren’t confident just yet, you can simply confident; eventually, the confidence will follow.
Don’t walk around bar, coffee shop, club, or a gym staring at ground.