Would you jump into another relationship after getting out of one?

Contributor: cowboywill87 cowboywill87
Your in love with the person, but something has confused you! Would you leave and jump right into another Relationship. Just want to see how many can honestly answer this question.
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
YES
13  (21%)
NO
36  (59%)
MAYBE
12  (20%)
Total votes: 61
Poll is closed
04/02/2013
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Contributor: Kitten has left the site Kitten has left the site
Absolutely not. I would stay and work my way through it.
04/02/2013
Contributor: raffi raffi
i've been with my man for 13 years .... i do have sex with other men occasionally but i would NEVER choose anyone else over him, i AM head over heels in love with my man - and we are best friends. our relationship is absolutely not replacable
04/02/2013
Contributor: Chilipepper Chilipepper
Just went through this situation ... we both took a break (we called it a separation) to think things over and work out a compromise. We were too preoccupied with our grief to even bother looking at having another relationship. We're back together and planning our future now.
04/02/2013
Contributor: hillys hillys
I would if I could, the only way I get over people is by doing this. Which is really sad but I don't think time away heals me at all
04/02/2013
Contributor: Ansley Ansley
My husband and I are both serial monogamists. We know this about each other which is why we take extra special care of our relationship, we are known to transition from one relationship to the other with little to no gap. It's a character flaw, but at least we admit it.
04/02/2013
Contributor: js250 js250
Hell no!!! I would have to have time alone to get my head on straight again and to figure out if another relationship was something I even wanted to deal with....too old to learn new relationship b.s.
04/02/2013
Contributor: Lioncub Lioncub
I would not want to. I would want the time in between to sort my feelings out and gain some closure before moving on.
04/02/2013
Contributor: Sbmsvschoolgirl Sbmsvschoolgirl
I think I would need time to sort things out. I wouldn't want to hurt the other person either.
04/02/2013
Contributor: edeneve edeneve
nope, need to work on my part of why the relationship failed so I don't carry that into the next one.
04/02/2013
Contributor: *Camoprincess* *Camoprincess*
Depends on how long we were together and what caused the break up. I don't usually stay single long
04/02/2013
Contributor: TJax TJax
Quote:
Originally posted by *Camoprincess*
Depends on how long we were together and what caused the break up. I don't usually stay single long
I couldn't have said it better than Camoprincess.
04/02/2013
Contributor: Wicked Wahine Wicked Wahine
It really depends on things, but in general, no, I would not be in any shape to do that especially if I was still in love with them as you say. If the love died out long ago & I met someone extraordinary, then I would jump right in. But, I really think a break is best between relationships. As Edeneve says, you don't want to drag the same problems into a new relationship which you may do if you haven't had enough time to work it out!
04/02/2013
Contributor: Leather & Lace Leather & Lace
No!
04/03/2013
Contributor: Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
No - although a serial monogamist like Stormy, I always allow space and time between relationships. Ex. I was married for 2 years, decided it wasn't going to work - and left. I did not date for 1 year. After that my mind was free to see people for who they are - not through the lens of the loss.
04/03/2013
Contributor: Alyxx Alyxx
I am definitely a serial monogamist. Ever since I started dating back when I was 14 I have never been single for more than a month or so at a time. I've done it, but if I had it all to go back and do again I wouldn't do things the same way.
04/03/2013
Contributor: GirlOnGirl GirlOnGirl
No. I don't go immediately from one relationship to another and think it's good to take time and process things.
04/03/2013
Contributor: solitudinarian solitudinarian
I doubt it. I'm still in my first relationship. We've been together for over 2 years now and I think I'd need some time to get over him.
04/03/2013
Contributor: lilyflower lilyflower
I can't say I'd never do it, but it's not ideal. I much prefer having some time alone in between relationships.
04/03/2013
Contributor: jessicality jessicality
I am going through this now. After a four year marriage, the last two years of which were absolutely miserable I've jumped headfirst into relationship with my bestfriend that I've wanted for a long time.
04/03/2013
Contributor: twelve13 twelve13
My situation was not how you described in the post. But I found myself in my current relationship very shortly after the end of my last one. But my current relationship was not even a contributing factor for the end of my last one.
04/03/2013
Contributor: The Vixen The Vixen
I was definitely a relationship hopper when I was younger, I would just go from one relationship to another.(I was never single!) Usually those relationships would end because I would have someone else that I wanted to move onto. I know that I was able to do that because I never truly loved the guys I was with.

I've changed a lot and found what true love really means. If something happened and my current relationship ended, I don't think I'd want to jump into another relationship right away. It really depends on the circumstances I guess.
04/03/2013
Contributor: PeaceToTheMiddleEast PeaceToTheMiddleEast
No I don't jump into another relationship it takes me a long time to move on.
04/03/2013
Contributor: Fluke Fluke
I wish I could get over relationships quickly, if I see my ex start dating again before I do I wonder why I can't move on faster.
04/03/2013
Contributor: Stagger13 Stagger13
Quote:
Originally posted by cowboywill87
Your in love with the person, but something has confused you! Would you leave and jump right into another Relationship. Just want to see how many can honestly answer this question.
Nope-Its good to take some time to get over one before starting another.
04/10/2013
Contributor: TJtheMadHatter TJtheMadHatter
No, I wouldn't. I would be too busy trying to figuring out a job, living situations, custody of our son, and my overall mental state (it nearly broke me when we almost got a divorce last year). I could see myself fucking someone after a break up, but even that would be a ways off.
04/10/2013
Contributor: novanilla novanilla
I'm kind of confused. Usually when I break up with someone, I am with someone else within a month or so, but I'm not in love with them (or at least there are irreconcilable differences).
04/11/2013
Contributor: Cosmonaut Cosmonaut
No thanks. Too fast.
04/11/2013
Contributor: Beautiful-Disaster Beautiful-Disaster
Maybe.
04/11/2013
Contributor: Scythe Scythe
Quote:
Originally posted by cowboywill87
Your in love with the person, but something has confused you! Would you leave and jump right into another Relationship. Just want to see how many can honestly answer this question.
No i wouldn't move on to a new relationship,i would try to work things out although i know this isn't always possible.
04/30/2013