They always have guys hitting on, its a matter of pick and choose, so it becomes easier for them (if they wanted to become ho's ) ...
But I dont know, thats my perspective, because guys actually have to work to get some ladies, but what you think?
I don't think women have it any easier than men do. I know plenty of guys who can charm women into wanting to be with them.
Take a look at my ex for instance. He had me and another woman at the same time (I literally had no clue). I think he has it easier because apparently he was still in the dating game while we were together. I have to start all over again.
Plus, I'm looking for someone with integrity. He's just looking for whomever will be with him. I think the difference in standards alone make it much easier for him to move on.
I think when it comes down to it, it's much easier with the person with lower standards and less care for the relationship who moves on more easily.
Break-ups shouldn't be about who has an "advantage". Hopefully people are a bit more respectful, and more mature than that, when dealing with a break up.
I honestly think no one has any advantages. I mean, sure, there are girls who get hit on by a lot of guys but as you're trying to move on, it's really annoying. The poor girl just wants to give her heart a break, she's not in the mood for any new relationships, especially when she's trying to move on which means she still loves the guy.
Also, I don't think it's a fun time to guys, too. If the guy really loves the girl, it doesn't matter how he looks or if he's a social butterfly or whatever gets others attention, because the only think he's trying to fix is his broken heart.
Depends on why they broke up. Each couple is different then the next and everyone has different feelings. Gender isn't really a factor, but feelings and everything that they've gone through together is. Sometimes how long they've been together also influences how they each feel after a breakup.
I don't know. After my first breakup, I went 1.5 years single, while he moved on in like a month. My second ex, I've been single for like almost a year, and he was dating someone else when we broke up.
So, from my very limiting experiences, guys can get over you even while you're still together. And here I am feeling stupid for not even being able to date someone new even after years. :/
You can have all the people ask you out, but that doesn't make it any easier. I know I just get flashbacks of how my ex and I started dating, and then I can't go through with dating a new person.
It's not easy for the one who was in love.
I think it's pretty equal. Girls have an advantage in that society caters to their heartbreak. If we stay home in our pajamas eating Ben & Jerry's ice cream while crying our eyes out for three weeks after a break-up, our girlfriends rally around us, offering sympathy and reassuring us that it's his loss. I think guys go out for a drink with the guys on Friday night, maybe mope around for a day or two, and then they are expected to just 'get over it'. Of course, doing that would would be nothing short of superhuman, since no matter who you are, emotions don't just shut off at the flip of a switch.
Well like they say, a heart don't break even! Someone seems to always be hurt a little more than the other person!
I feel like its way easier for men to get over feelings after breaking up with someone epecially when they know something isn't working anymore. Some guys may be more sensitive then others, but typically this seems to be the case. Also, I know plenty of men who don't have any trouble finding another woman. Of course for men who aren't all that attractive, it may be a little harder.
Just cause we can have sex easily doesn't mean we can fall in love as easily too. It's just as difficult for women to find a lasting relationship.
Difficult question, I think both can move on quickly. It depends on the person.
And if you're in love.. You're totally fucked, being a girl or a guy won't help you moving on faster.
I don't really think there are advantages because moving on hurts like hell no matter the gender.
It depends on the person.
Personally if I am trying to "move on" flirting with a guy doesn't actually help. Like I'm trying to move on and get over someone at the moment and being hit on or flirted with doesn't help at all.
By the way: a lot of guys think girls are constantly being hit on by like 10 guys a day and getting #s all the time and that they have like at least 5 different appealing options at any given time and that is so far from the truth...
Its more like.. oh 2 guys at Walmart stared at me today... some creepy looking guy said "how u doin" and gave me a gross look... the same fuckhead who's been trying to get in my pants for over a year texted me today...
Like its not that great I promise you. Even for attractive girls.
only very pretty girls with big tits always have guys hitting on them, it's actually quite hard for the rest of us
I have been missing mine for 7 years. Men have an advantage.
Girls have slightly more advantage but it's the same
Your comment on girls really depends on how attractive they are and how much they liked the guy.
Moving on involves more than just finding your next "victim." There are hurts and unanswered questions and self-doubts that must be addressed. Since women are more emotional, this may be more difficult for them.
But. . . what good does it do to compare who has the advantage? If you could get a valid answer (which you cannot,) what would you do with the answer? Would you change your behavior? Would you change your gender? Does it help you to move on? Aren't there more important questions to ponder?
Speaking from personal experience: girls.
My ex broke up with me 8 months ago after a 1.5 year relationship.
She jumped into another relationship 3 months later, while 8 months later... I'm still having trouble.
In terms of rebounding, finding someone new, or hooking up, girl would have an easier time of doing these things.
I think one of the big things would be the perception of past relationships. While both girls and guys have been shown to be criticized by the opposite sex for past sexual experiences (Though guys pat each other on the back, while girls seem to have knives at each other.), the major difference is the perception of who was at fault for past relationship failings.
That is, people assume he broke up with her because he is an asshole, or she broke up with him because he was being too much of an asshole.
And it is very easy for everyone to believe that a girl has an abusive ex, while basically nobody believes a guy when he says his ex was abusive. I dated a girl who did a very good job of convincing me she dated a long string of abusive guys. Then when I dated her, I quickly realized why. If you weren't bowing to her, it was abuse. If you had insecurities, it was abuse. And then I met her exes and they were all great guys.
Another girl claimed to have a long string of bad exes, and then I realized she was put off any time I was too "feminine" for her taste. She wanted a "real man", then proceeded to define a man using basically every side effect of being an asshole. Go figure.
Sorry, got off topic.
Another thing I read was that guys are hit harder by breakups and rocky relationships. They are more likely to turn to alcohol, drugs, or suicide because of the weaker support nets we have, largely because of the issues mentioned above. Plus the fact that people expect the man to "lead" the relationship, and therefore blame him if it goes to shit, so he doesn't have quite the group of sympathizers to help him out.
Let's not dismiss a girl's experience, though. Girls have their own unique set of issues. I would try to list them, but I'm not a woman. But nevertheless, this isn't one of those cases where a gender gap favors men.
Guys won't usually admit they are hurting, and will date right away any girl who will say yes, to sort of 'cover' their feelings, or to 'get even' with their ex.
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Girls have the advantage because they usually have a backup guy when relationship goes south.
Also girls tend to prepare themselves months beforehand detaching herself off emotionally before breaking up with her boyfriend.
Then when you factor in it's easier for a girl to get another guy because guys line up for women, while it's much harder for guys to get another girl in general. Yeah. Girls have the advantage.
Girls do, they have friends and family there to support them. Guys will hit on them they will move on. Girls hurt a lot in a short amount of time but they tend to get over it quicker then men. For guys its a slow gnawing pain that continues to last for years
Guys on the other hand are expected to gut up and move on, without help, most men tend to carry the sadness of a breakup the rest of their life believe it or not.
The girls may have guys but I think they are more emotionally hurt after the break up so they take a bit more time moving on.
But the guys get over the break up quicker and bounce back emotionally, sooner.
But as far as who has the chance to get a new partner quicker than yes, the ladies have the advantage if they just want a rebound guy.
I've found that I don't really miss girlfriends after a break up. I'll be sad that the relationship ended but I don't dwell in it because it's just not healthy. Finding someone new is hard for everyone, sure women can probably get dates easier but they have to be mentally ready to move on just like a guy would have to be. I really don't think men or women have it better when exiting a relationship, some guys get way more invested in a woman than they are in them.
I say guys. i feel like girls have to go through a period of not feeling like a "ho" as where guys have no problem just moving straight to another girl. also guys can throw themselves into a career post break up and he's "rebuilding" himself. a girl who throws herself into a career post break up is seen as "distracting" herself.
There's a difference in "moving on" and having people hit on you. Moving on is more of an emotional conflict not about how many people you can get.
I actually think it's same for both genders, the only difference is how they handle it. Most girls make it more obvious by crying and talking it out with their friends which is healthy... guys attempt to ignore it and hide their feeling while making it seem like they're having fun but really they're hurting on the inside.
Girls have the advantage for sure, if she wants to rebound or move on, she has an easier time finding male company.
Agreed. Women constantly have more choices and are therefore able to be a lot more selective when it comes to choosing the next partner.
Studies have even proven that about 80% of the women in this country are only attracted to about 20% of the men.
I don't think of breakups like that.. I mean yeah, it sucks losing someone you were attached to and became accustomed to having in your life but on the other hand it's a learning experience. I've done better in every relationship I've had. I've grown as a person which will help me out in future opportunities. I don't think of it as which gender has it easier at all.
I see 'moving on' as letting go of the past relationship, that doesn't neccessarily mean that you need a new relationship to do that
I don't think it's like that!!!
The person who dumps the other person has more advantage when moving on...
I don't know, but I would figure the one who left first has the most advantage, unless the one who left was the jerk.
Girls. They usually keep one or two back up boyfriends for exactly this kind of situation.
I had the advantage after my recent breakup. I ended things and it hit her hard. She was really out of it for about a month, and I went on as if nothing had changed, without missing a beat.
Girls who are good looking have it fifty times easier than anyone else in the dating game
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