His comment underneath is something equally cutesy and sweet.His page doesn't have a relationship status but I go on hers and she's listed as single.Is it safe to start a relationship with someone who just got out of one?Odds are that you have enough life and dating experience to know that getting into a relationship with someone who is recently single isn’t the safest or most effective route to take.
If you mention this to your friends, you’ll be hit with comments like these: “It’s not going to work because you are just the rebound relationship;” “Be careful because this new person shouldn’t jump right into a relationship with someone else.” In these situations, who’s right?
They may be depending on you to fill up the newly-created emptiness in their lives or even as a way to avoid facing the reality of the end of the previous relationship.
Thus don’t expect your partner to act as pillar of emotional support for you or to give a lot to this relationship.
Give us time to release those super-personal details because we want to, we just can't yet. We are going to be lazy AF in terms of pursuing you.
At this point, the only way I'm getting close to a new romantic partner is if they pick a single daisy from every country on the planet and bring it to my doorstep wrapped in gold leaf they stole from Robert De Niro's house. We probably won't commit to you for a while, but that doesn't mean we're cool with you sleeping with other people. The worst thing you can do to someone with trust issues is to make them feel bad about having them.
However not everyone coming out of a relationship is incapable of an emotionally healthy new partnership.