For whatever reason, you were not right for someone else. It is easy to get hung up on the “whys” behind their decision, but dwelling on them doesn’t change the reality.If you aren’t right for someone else, they aren’t right for you.While it can be fun to go on a bunch of dates with different people, it can also make you feel like you're floating alone on your own little island of solitude.
Here is how I stopped the painful experience of getting my self-worth tied up in my dating experiences.
Rather than looking for your other half and staying off balance, you must believe that you are worthy and whole right now.
The ups and downs were enough to keep me hooked, as I allowed my feelings about myself to be dictated by the opinions of people I barely knew. Somewhere along the way, I had let my ego get completely tied up in these experiences.
I had fallen into the trap of letting my opinions of my failed relationships shape my opinion of myself. While it was often an uncomfortable, awkward, painful, struggle, eventually I was ecstatic when I found a few that seemed to fit.
Each time someone isn’t right for you and shows you that, honor their decision even if you feel differently. Do not use the experience as proof that you aren’t good enough.