Ready to Love Again?

So you’ve reached the light at the end of the tunnel, the storm is over and you survived. You never thought you’d recover but you’re strangely feeling ready to test the waters again. If you’ve been putting love on the back burner and aren’t sure when to get back on the dating scene, here are some signs to tell you you’re ready to love again.

The Idea of Dating Excites You

Excites-YouAfter a bad break up it can be hard to want to get yourself back on the market. Not only does the idea of meeting someone new seem like a drag, but what’s worse is the thought of you telling your stories, sharing your secrets and letting them into your life. Simply put, you don’t want to open up again. When you’re ready to move on these thoughts won’t haunt you, but rather the idea of falling in love will excite you!

You Aren’t Afraid of Rejection

You’re over the fact that the last man let you down by not living up to all his promises, and you not you’re not damaged goods or any less of a woman for it. In fact, you know that you’re fabulous and that any man would be lucky to have you. So what if some new guy turns you down or rejects you, his loss! Knowing your worth is mandatory to being ready to love again.

You’ve Let Go of Your Baggage

You’re not sitting there feeling sad or bitter about what’s happened in the past, you’re over it. You understand that holding onto the past doesn’t serve you well, and you know that carrying around your baggage is only dampening your aura. Why let Mr. Right ruin your chances with a future Mr. Rights? You won’t. Even if you were to bump into your ex, you’d be fine. That’s because  you’re wayyyy past getting weak in the knees for him.

However, if your last relationship didn’t end toxically and you think that getting back with your ex is what you need and desire, then click here to find out not only how you can win your ex back, but how to make him chase you!

You’ve Processed Your Emotions

Process-EmotionsYou know where you’re going because you know where you’ve come from. You’ve taken the time to process your emotions, felt the anguish, hurt and heartache. You’ve yelled, cried, binged watched sappy rom-coms and made your never ending list of “what ifs.” Now that you’ve felt, pondered and understood your emotions, you’re ready to move on to bigger and better things! When your gut says you’re ready, you’re ready!

You’ve Worked On You

As much as heartbreak sucks if there’s one positive thing that comes of it it’s the opportunity to reflect on ourselves. Our strengths and weakness, what we need from a man and what we can do happily without. So, once you’ve taken some time off the market to work on yourself and do the things you should to do before your next relationship, then you may be ready to get back out there! But how will you know when you’re ready? You’ll be
confident, feeling good and 100 percent who you want to be.

You See a Relationship as Something You Want, Not Need

This is the absolute best place to be: Wanting a relationship, believing it would be great, but not needing it for your happiness. You know that you don’t need a man in your life, but you’d like one to share your love and life with. You want a relationship to deepen your growth rather than to fill your emptiness. Once you fully understand the difference between the two, you are ready.

You’ve Made Room in Your Heart

You have a positive outlook on life and love and you’ve made room to let someone new in. You’ve put aside all worries and debunked any doubt. When the right guy comes along, you’ll be warm and ready to let him in. 


About Amy North

Amy North is a women's relationship coach and best-selling author from Vancouver, Canada. Her high-acclaimed programs include "Text Chemistry" and "The Devotion System", both of which have helped thousands of women from around the world find (and keep) the man of their dreams.

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