Everyone heals and is ready at their own pace. If you feel you are ready no one else can tell you that you aren't....but, I would caution you at 1 month in you barely know this guy, and usually things that start out with a bang so early on usually ends just as quickly.You are so caught up in the newness "honeymoon" stage that you don't really see the reality. 6-9 months is about the time you start getting to know the real person, and if this person is a good fit for you...
Well only you can judge what stage you're in. PRobably it is better to take it slow than leap in however..
Granted this is strictly my two cents....i would take my time see how and were things go. I have always found going with my gut feeling the best thing to do also there's times it's not always full proof but nine times out of ten ain't bad..
However good luck!..
If it were me, I wouldn't write off the idea of dating (online dating with Match.com) just because I recently left a relationship. I WOULD make sure I was clear to the guy that I experienced a recent divorce and wanted to take things one day at a time, but to say someone isn't ready to find love or even just happiness with someone new just because they're still healing, I think that is erroneous. If you are in a good mindset, thinking clearly, know what you want from your life and from a partner, and are happy with who you are and what you have to offer, then you are absolutely ready!! I think taking time off from relationships is a great idea when you need to re-center your life around yourself. I just don't think it's always necessary. Only you know whether or not you should go for it...
I agree with everyone else - enjoy, but do so cautiously..
Here are some links you may enjoy:.
How You Can Succeed in Your Next relationship (thru Match.com).
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