What do you think ? Should I've waited ?

@Rtlsnk316 (1197)
Mexico
August 25, 2008 2:21pm CST
Maybe I just want to make this discussion some type of poll to find out what some of myloters (hopefully if I get any response at all) would think about this situation, which might be very common now a days. I got separated a little more than a year now, but by then I've already been seeing someone, I may take the whole blame, maybe not, that's another story. But my main question would be, what do you think? did I went to early on the rebound or since my relationship was already deteriorated, it wouldn't had matter anyways?
2 responses
@petiksmode (2986)
• Philippines
25 Aug 08
if you think what you feel for t eone you are seeing right now is true and not just rebound to the failed relationship i dont see anythign wrong with it.. try to examine yourself on what is the state of your heart only you can really attent if you rush things out or you did the right thing on the right time..
@Rtlsnk316 (1197)
• Mexico
26 Aug 08
It has been an honest relationship, I've come clean on my previous situation and whatever responsabilities came along. As I mentioned, it was meant to be ended soon, and at the time maybe I got a little emotional because of the rupture but no regrets, a little guilt maybe but hopefully understandable. Got over it for the most part, living a new era, different scenario, trying to do better without cheating myself being someone I'm not, thinking that I have to please everybody. It has been good for me, I thank you for your comment petiksmode
• Philippines
26 Aug 08
if this all true then you have nothing to worry about just be honest and love honestly.. stay inlove
@spalladino (17926)
• United States
25 Aug 08
The general thought by professionals in the area of relationships is that you should be by yourself for one year before becoming involved with someone else so that you can get emotionally back on your feet after a failed relationshiop. Of course, hardly anyone ever takes that advice I'm sure! If you and the person you are with now are still going strong then you're fine and you don't have to worry about rebound relationships and all that jazz. A true rebound relationship does not last.
@Rtlsnk316 (1197)
• Mexico
26 Aug 08
I agree with that spalladino, I've heard before that like a "waiting period" would be the better thing to do while you stabilize emotionally. At this point, it has been more than a year and my significant other and I are still rollin' so hopefully I (maybe "we" is the better word) been able to manage the situation. I appreciate your response.