Most Helpful Guy
The person who moves on to date another person don't view the new partner as a downgrade. Just different. It's the ex that looks at the new person as a downgrade. Just have to keep that in mind. That usually only happens with a rebound. But if it's a new relationship the next girl is usually a good catch.
I've had a rebound that wasn't on par with my ex, but it was a hookup not a new relationship. My next girlfriend was way better than my ex. My ex taught me what I don't want in a relationship.0
Most Helpful Girl
I would have a a hard time getting seriously involved with someone who wasn't at least as good for me as any of my past relationships were. I don't care about looks and money so much (I just need to be attracted to them and I'd prefer if they wwere as financially stable as I am), but I DO care about how good the g are for me on a mental/emotional level.
It would be hard for me to feel like I was with someone who I wanted to stay with if they didn't make me at least as happy as someone I've had before. I'd always feel like I was waiting for someone better to come along, and that wouldn't be fair to anyone, so I just wouldn't date someone who couldn't make me at least as happy as an ex did.1