Long story short, I just got out of a relationship (almost 4 years) over a month ago and I've pretty much adjusted to being single.
I followed all of the things you were supposed to do and all that jazz. Going out, trying new things, spending time with friends/ family, etc.
Even my friends tried to set me up with other girls, I just don't have any interest with anyone, not because I'm hung up on my ex (I'm over her) but simply just an awkward feeling.
Has anyone ever been in this situation before? If so, any advice?
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No, its just a period in your life. It happens more often than you think, usually due to a combination of factors.
Take me for example: Until a couple months ago, I had stopped dating and hooking up with women for nearly 3 years, all the while still in college. In fact, that was my justification for doing so, to focus harder on college as an interesting and willing woman has been proven (multiple times, sadly) to completely derail my academic studies. My grades fell and then I had to make a choice: stop dating or stop college.
I chose the former and so I improved my GPA and managed to stay on the Dean's List of my university for the past 2 years. It killed my social life, true, but then, I never liked to drink overmuch (I was a bouncer at the time) and random sex with random women got old and boring.
So no @Phoenix1991 , you are not odd for losing interest in dating or "mingling." It happens to everyone, and dry-spells can be good for a bit.1