Ok so the guy I went out on a date with a few months ago wrote on my wall on Friday, "I think we need another fishing trip w/a side of desert" which was our first date. He got out of a relationship in the beginning of January. So his best friend tells me he was planning on asking me out this weekend but was "I'm not really interested in dating anyone right now." Is this normal? How long does it take to get over it? Is he just hurt that he was dumped and scared of getting hurt again or what?
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well, there's no specific number of days when it comes to getting over someone. It's purely a case to case basis. I've met people who still love their ex even if they are already flirting with someone else. So, it's like they are the rebound! Someone who can help them forget the ex! But of course, they won't admit that. Who would ever want to know that someone asked them on a date because their date needs someone who'll be their rebound girl/boy?!?!So the point here is this... once a person decided to date again, whether it's just a few days or months or years ago since the break up, it won't really matter. And you won't know that he is over his ex not unless he is open in admitting it (which is impossible!).but let's admit it, we all have done it before, we've been there. And all we really want is to make the pain go away, so what we do is we go out and date other people,not with the intention of using them (to be your rebound) but because we see that as a step to heal the pain that we have inside. So please do understand this, time heals all wounds and time also reveals the hidden, so be patient and wait for that time when he gets over it (if that time is not now). And know what you want to be in his life, his rebound girl or his next girlfriend. Cheers and may love bless us all!0