When one gets jilted, the MOST imortant thing is to spend time with someone who wants to be with them, can't you see that? )You should really try and be a little bit more sympathetic.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc. Sorry, but IMHO the first person you date after a big breakup is always a rebound. As far as wherearallthemen, I have to go with Mt Loop Hiker's insight on this one, you'll be weeding out the wussbags as long as you have an attitude like that one.
I was divorced over 2 years ago, dated someone within a few months after we split up & when I got back into the dating scene, many women were asking stuff like "why separated? But I'm not a hermit so I chose to date other women, although I didn't sleep with any of them til I got my final decree.
They want to feel loved, cared about, special, all that la-la.
What I'm saying is that (again, in my experience) they are really not about being a couple in a relationship, they just need those things, and that's all well and good.
I just don't think they realize that they aren't actually emotionally available yet.... Invest some time and energy in your profile -- instead of looking like everyone else, make it a unique reflection of who YOU are, and maybe you'll start attracting a classier breed of men.
They definately don't realize that it's not really fair to bring someone new into the mix.. Now what kind of man would respond a profile like that -- boring, cookie-cutter men, that's who. I have a feeling you would have had bad dates no matter who you had dated, except you might be blaming them on something else, like maybe they were Dutch or had goatees or had small ears, or....