Most Helpful Girl
if you feel ready to date then go ahead and date!
There is no such thing as "too soon" after a rejection - if you go to a bar and approach the first person you see, the answer has a high chance of being a "no" (maybe she has a boyfriend, maybe she only dates women, maybe she doesn't want to date anyone, maybe she's just not interested in you). But you can't let that stop you from apporoaching someone else.
I've learned that the more guys I approach, the more rejections I get, but that's just the way it is! Sometimes you need to approach a bunch of people before finding someone you click with! And the more times you ask someone out, you get better at doing, and gain more confidence so the next person you ask is more likely to say yes!0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
Most Helpful Guy
If you feel fine, confident then there is no reason to take a break from the dating scene. Get out there and ask girls out until one or several go out on a date with you.
I believe you should take a break if it takes time for one to recover from a rejection. It took me months to get over my crush rejecting me. After that I got back into the dating scene. But if you can just dust off the rejection, then move on right away.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE