A tearful girl and two of her best friends sitting at a coffee shop: Girl #1: He cheated on me I cannot believe it! Girl #2: Well, I can’t believe you just figured that out. It may not seem that way to you, but is sure looks that way to everyone else.
It is lot like that sickening feeling you get when someone makes some terribly nasty comment about you.
Feeling a big hole inside that is screaming to be filled, the temptation is to quickly fill that void with another boyfriend.
Dawn wrote: If you want to move on to the next boyfriend and you don’t want the same type of guy…#1 don’t do or look in the same place u met the 1st BF.
I believe deeply that before another relationship is established you must 1st be mentally, emotionally and spiritually ready because a new boyfriend no matter how great can’t make u achieve that level of completeness necessary to handle the challenges of a relationship!
If you want danger and excitement, if you don’t care about long-term committed relationships, and being cheated on doesn’t bother you forge ahead.
But if you are looking for love with known cheaters, then you’re looking in the wrong places.
So in a way, you take the infection from that cheating ex with you into every future relationship until you forgive and let it go.
Why do some girls continue to attract and date known cheaters.
You would think that they would learn from their previous mistakes.
Many times that happens because these girls have the secret desire to tame the wild man.
However, finding another boyfriend ASAP (as soon as possible) may not be the best way to find a guy AGAP (as good as possible).