You’re two different people which is why comparing yourself to others doesn’t solve (or help) anything.
The danger with people who are stuck in negative thought patterns (like disheartened divorcees) is they don’t offer advice and encouragement, they offer criticisms—fuel to an already unnecessary fire.
When dating after divorce, you should surround yourself with people who encourage you to live a rich, authentic life people who will help you improve, not impede, your confidence.
As was already mentioned, online dating is an excellent way of testing the water and start putting yourself back into the dating pool.
Divorce and stressful relations with your former spouse can take a toll on your confidence.
You may have difficulties trusting anyone; but dating after divorce requires confidence.
If you aren’t confident just yet, you can simply confident; eventually, the confidence will follow.Don’t walk around bar, coffee shop, club, or a gym staring at ground.Practice holding your head up high and smiling at people as you make eye contact. You can’t literally walk with your head held high, but you can express your confidence in flattering pictures, the About Me section of your profile, and in written correspondence with other Meet Mindful members.The worst thing you can do is compare yourself to other women.For example, there’s another divorced woman in the neighborhood (or one of your friends) and she’s already dating successfully while you firmly believe you won’t find love again.Remind yourself that people recover from divorce and find new love at a different tempos.