If BOTH really and truly KNOW there is no one better for them, then they DON'T move on.
People (one or both) move on because they DO believe there is someone better for them. And if one's partner dumps them and moves on then it should be evident to the "dumpee" that the "dumper" was not, and never was, their so called perfect soulmate.
Take the advice of some of the other posters: Move on, wipe the slate clean, and start fresh again. Good luck! :)
GrapesOfGoodHope write: Susie, I think Preciouz was trying her best to hold back (bless her sweet soul!) but here it is, spelled out:
Susie, dear Susie, in an until-death-do-us-part situation, it is not ALL about sex, as perfect as it might have been! Get realistic, girl! Think!!! Please, do not take this wrong; but I have noticed from a few of your posts (and obviously so did Rob) that you are still in the "I was just perfect and did not do anything wrong, so why did the jerk dump me; I loved him so much?" phase. I personally know it too well! Been there, done that! This is just a natural defense mechanism, but not realistic at all! Move on as soon as possible or bow out. Just don't be so bitter!!! The best way to console yourself is to admit that you tend to fall for the "wrong" ones. My motto is: Men are wonderful, just a pity I always went for the wrong (for me) ones!
PS This "size" issue also irritates me (more than 5000 posts!!!) and thus I have stooped to posting on that thread!
Got it in one Hope..... Remembered your wise advice.......French Manicure!...lol
and held back.....
Ron1001 write: People are always trying to fight human nature if it does not suit them. It is in our nature to view healthy (not overwieght) images as attractive. Can't fight human nature.
Have to agree with you. Altho most are looking for that "perfect one", it's unrealistic. There is always some imperfection......big butt, thick thighs, potbelly, double chin, and wrinkles, but in a perfect world, everyone would be attracted to everyone!! LOL Since men are visual beings, they almost always look for perfection, but are hard pressed to find it!
Susioe, I'd read GoodHope's adice, then reread it. Every thread you have started has been bitter and full of self doubt and defensiveness. Get over it and move on!! You'll feel so much better about yourself when you do!!