How soon after a seperation should you start dating? Is it good just to have a rebound, someone to take you out and give you company? I don't have any friends who have been through a divorce but met a few guys in the past few weeks. One of them is just starting to go through a divorce and the other has been divorced less than a year. I was really just looking for someone who I could talk to who understands what I'm going through, but both are thinking about being more than just friends at the time. Are these guys just looking to be my rebound or could they really want a relationship with someone who has only been single for a month? Men are so confusing! They both know I'm not ready to start a relationship, but what I thought was just getting together as support for one another they thought was a date. What do you guys think?
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