I broke up with my boyfriend of 2 years, about a month ago.
He has since moved on. (He moved on after a week.) And I really want to move on and be happy again.
I don't want to seem like I move on too fast either if I tell a guy I'm interested. Like if I said it's been a month since I broke up with my boyfriend of two years, would this scare the guy away?
I'm just not sure if it's better to wait a little longer? I really don't know.
Is there a time limit I should wait before looking again?
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When I move to Australia.
In all seriousness though, I want to share some quotes with you, and maybe they'll help you think about your life in a way that's more beneficial to you and clearer with respect to how the world goes round.
"Reality exists in the human mind, and nowhere else." - George Orwell, 1984
"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." - Eleanor Roosevelt, This is My Story
"You wouldn't worry so much about what others think of you if you realized how seldom they do." - Eleanor Roosevelt
"We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful about what we pretend to be." - Kurt Vonnegut, Mother Night
"In three words, I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on." - Robert Frost
And the Emmy goes to. . . Kurt Vonnegut for Mother Night! This is Kurt's first Emmy. . . "It's not easy being an actor or writer, or in the movie business in general. In the words of George Orwell, "This work was strictly voluntary, but any animal who absented himself from it would have his rations reduced by half." And with that in mind, I would like to thank the Academy; that is all."
I was talking the other day to a group of law students as to whether it's appropriate (legally, as a matter of legal theory) to sue someone for "emotional" harm. The case law in most states say that the emotional harm must be "extreme" and "intentional" . . . otherwise, it must be "negligent" and you must be contemporaneously aware of a family member's death and within the zone of danger. But what is the "damage" to person, if the underlying theory is tort? If I throw a baseball at your face and break your nose, your damages are clear. If I remind you about your outstanding bills and the fact that you have no job or money, or otherwise cause you stress (i. e., have my words resonate in your ears, have that information processed by your brain, and then cause your body to release cortisol), I've caused you a "physical" injury.0