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If you’re divorced, or have ended a long-term relationship, well-meaning relatives and friends may encourage you to start dating again soon.But how will you know when you're ready for a new relationship?

You’ll know when you’re ready to a new relationship when your motivation is a desire to share your life with someone special – as opposed to feeling that you need someone to rescue you.

After very seriously dating the same guy for all of college, I moved to Washington, DC by myself to attend law school.

Naively, I thought my already-struggling relationship could survive long distance.

Although men and women differ greatly on how they deal with their emotions, it is generally true that men move into new relationships sooner than women do.

But, regardless of gender or sexual orientation, what I have seen in my work is that it's often the leaver who gets into a new relationship before the leavee does.

People often have strong opinions as to how soon after the end of a marriage or long term relationship a person should date.

Some believe six months, some say a year and others say two years.

Whether you were ready for it or not, you have been thrust into a new phase of your life, and when you look back in five years, it will be nice to know you handled yourself with dignity and respect.

I told myself I wouldn't get personal here, but I'm just an oversharing kind of gal, so here it goes.

The break-up of a relationship can be very damaging to our self-esteem, particularly when it comes to feeling attractive and sexy.

What’s more, in the security and intimacy of a long-term relationship, looking after our appearance can become a low priority; we may get out of the habit of looking for clothes that really suit us, or of spending time on grooming, because we associate these habits with our younger and (maybe) vainer selves.