Why do woman always run to another man right after the break up?
Very often. I always see this, they say their heart is broken, they loved the last guy so much but they so easily just hook up with someone else.... Show More
it looks bad ladies and guys.
Most Helpful Opinion
They're like people with jobs, you don't quit one job until you have another one lined up. The female is generally over the relationship and broken up in their mind for months before the average joe even has a clue.
What Girls Said 2
Idk - I've seen guys do this quite shamelessly too. Been wondering the same thing?It probably has more to do with how the person really felt about the relationship; maybe you felt it was deep, connected, in love - the other person, not so much. If the relationship didn't mean very much to them, it would probably be quite easy to get back into dating and what not. I know for a fact if I fell hard for someone and we broke up, I couldn't date for a while after. But my friend broke up with her boyfriend a few months ago, and he had another girl on his arm within days. So it's just based off of the other person's true feelings. Or perhaps (though its less common,) that person has issues being alone, a new lover is a way for them to cope, or their trying to make other person jealous or get back at them for something.
I've never figured this one out entirely but there are women that can't be single and women that would rather be single than be with the wrong guy. In general I've noted that the women that can't be single aren't very independent. So I would assume that since they lost their emotional rock in a break up they have to find a replacement before they fall apart completely.
What Guys Said 2
It's not heartless, it's just... cheap. Some people are in relationships because they're afraid to be alone and don't know how to be. It's not just girls, it takes two to fall in love overnight. Half the time I think the only reason guys don't act the same way is because they're more afraid of getting shot down than being alone.