Does it lead us to be more wary of potential partners or more likely to fall for someone similar to the one who broke the heart?
Most Helpful Guy
Well, you'd think that it would lead us to find the right person, but some of us never learn. I keep falling for the wrong girl and I get hurt, but now, I think it's really me hurting myself because I know they're wrong for me. Sometimes I think that maybe if I can help them, then it will make me a better person. I always get attached so damned quickly. One girl dumped me to date another guy, after saying she didn't want a boyfriend. Another told me she was dying, and the latest one, she dumped me the night of my best friend's wedding a couple weeks ago, but at least she was honest, even though I warned her beforehand and to tell me if I got attached so I could slow down. The heart wants what the heart wants. Even if it's so wrong for us. I keep trying to remind myself that there will be another girl one day, and she'll be the one, but all I want is Sarah. Some of us are able to learn from our mistakes quickly and easily. Others, need be to beaten and have their minds unraveled before realizing what's really going on. It doesn't feel fair in the slightest does it? But it'd be too easy if it were any other way.0
Most Helpful Girl
I've seen it go both ways: fell for someone similar &/or became more wary of potential partners.
In my opinion I think the best thing to do after a heartbreak is to take a break from dating. That way u can reflect on yourself, mistakes, etc. so that the next time u meet someone u dont make those same mistakes (although it doesn't always happen that way. sometimes it takes a few more heartbreaks for us to realize our mistakes. But it absolutely doesn't have to be that way either) Sometimes the main mistake is
choosing similar partners.0