Dating ready to move on
I told him that, regardless of what the future holds, I won’t regret any of the time we’ve had together because I love him.
So I realized that I said I’d wait for him, but I still find myself trying to pressure him to take the next step.
Some WAY members make the conscious decision that they will never date anyone else again, because they feel that nobody could ever live up to the partner they have lost.
Other WAY members feel ready to move on quite quickly – and are open to the possibility of finding love and a new partner. And only you will know when or if you feel ready to move on. Dating after you've been widowed can be fraught with perils, particularly in the early months of bereavement, when you may still be feeling very emotionally raw.
We knew a couple who broke up after living together.
So the best advice is to proceed with caution and to make sure you’re ready before you take the plunge.
You can always dip your toe in the dating pool and take it out again if it doesn't feel right.
She’s just (rightfully) insecure that her boyfriend’s afraid of taking the next step. Another thing she can do is still seeing him but decrease her level of commitment until he steps up to the plate. That will keep her busy and less available and appear more confidence around him because other guys adore her. And she might get lucky along the way by finding the right man whom she’s crazily attracted to who is ready and available for her.
But what course of action gives Sophie better options? Now cut the patience, get your answers, or move on. It’s a losing battle for any woman to get attached to a man who doesn’t want to man up.
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I think I need to stop if I truly believe it when I say that I’ll wait and be patient, but I’m not sure how to do just back off and give him the space he needs to make a decision.