Return to dating scene
Paul Chernyak is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Chicago.
He graduated from the American School of Professional Psychology in 2011.
It'll make you more relaxed and that itself attracts more men.
“When my ex and I broke-up, many of my friends were getting married and I felt like I was 'missing out' by being single at my age,” said Nurul, 32.
Jumping back into the dating world after being single or in a committed relationship for an extended period of time can be totally disorienting; like landing in a foreign country where you don’t know the language or customs. In cases such as this, the best route is to take it slowly.
So don't force yourself to meet people if you don't feel you're ready for it yet.
“I wasn't able to get over my break-up for at least eight months but my friends were pushing me to start dating again after three months,” said Marina, 27.
You might have a type and always go for the same kind of guys or you might realise that you need a man with a different personality.
But you won't know this until you question yourself so don't be afraid to do this.
“Like most women after a break-up, I went through a phase of thinking all men are idiots and that I'll never find someone worthy of my attention,” Sandra, 25, confessed.