When one gets jilted, the MOST imortant thing is to spend time with someone who wants to be with them, can't you see that?
If you are aware that this is the case maybe bring it upon yourself to ask that question, and stay away from them if you can't handle it!
No so, Hammy; if you took the time to even give a cursory scan of my profile, you would've seen that I am recently separated, and therefore have more right than most to be on this thread.
That's why I tell them to spend time with friends, family people they know.
They're usually extremely vulnerable and wanting that special attention from a member of the opposite sex to feel wanted again.
It can be rewarding in it's own right, seeing someone enjoy life again, but it can also be very painful when the person realizes they were not really ready for a relationship and has to move on.
People who are separated and going through divorce proceedings DO need an emotional bond, sure they do.
I called bullcrap on it and offered instead an explanation that better fits the facts. If I started a thread titled, "What's up with those brainwashed Catholics," and said that anyone who had other views was being off topic, I doubt that would sit too well with you.
Now, for bucs, Simmah, and coastergal: those are nice sentiments, but you guys gotta realize that if you substitute ANY group instead of separated people -- divorcees, widows, recent crime victims, whatever -- into the subject line, you'll find that there's just as much truth being uttered.
yes, it hit me like been stoned in the face, and hurts. Invest some time and energy in your profile -- instead of looking like everyone else, make it a unique reflection of who YOU are, and maybe you'll start attracting a classier breed of men."Loop hiker...job in completely de-railing the thread, and going off topic. You should really try and be a little bit more sympathetic.
Come on Women, please, I am not a saint, I will never request myself to canonization under any trifle or technicality in Gods laws, actually... When one gets jilted, the MOST imortant thing is to spend time with someone who wants to be with them, can't you see that?
I just don't think they realize that they aren't actually emotionally available yet.... Invest some time and energy in your profile -- instead of looking like everyone else, make it a unique reflection of who YOU are, and maybe you'll start attracting a classier breed of men.