Long dating move
We’ve been going out at least once or twice a month since then.I feel like we connect and I’d like to move our relationship along.Once I did get serious, I expected it to take a lot longer to connect with someone, but the timing was just right.” —Kristin Canning is the health editor at Women's Health, where she assigns, edits and reports on emerging health research and technology, women's health conditions, psychology, mental health, wellness entrepreneurs, and the intersection of health and culture for both print and digital. When we do go out, we seem to enjoy each other’s company. While he initially asked me out several times last year, towards the end of the year and through this year thus far, I seem to have become the pursuer.I was, and then I went into dating with a different mindset.I met a guy who I really liked and have been with him since.
While some thought it's best to get right back in there, others really maintained that giving yourself a lot of time and space — two to three months for every year you were together with your last partner, for example — is the smartest and most honest way to go, especially if you really want to be emotionally prepared for your next relationship.
I obviously have feelings for him, but I’ve have had little movement on his part to take our relationship “to the next level” so to speak.
I have been contemplating telling him my feelings, but of course there’s the possibility of rejection.
In classic life fashion, all of the experts gave a different number.
Really, all of these questions are super legit and hard to really answer without getting expert opinion, which is why I asked 13 experts: When should you hit the dating game again after a breakup?
You’re involved with someone, but things don’t seem to be moving along as you’d like.