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"It is when you are ready, when you have truly moved on, and when you have healed the wounds of your previous relationship." If you can check all three boxes, feel free to give it a spin.

"If you had bad habits and patterns that played a part in the relationships demise, it would be a very good idea to work through these as well first, so that you do not carry them into your next relationship, which can poison it from the start." Once you've taken adequate time to heal and work that stuff out, go for it."There isn't really a magic number as to how long you need to wait after a breakup," life coach Kali Rogers tells Bustle.

"If you're not over them — not even half way over them — do not date."It's all about fairness, and if you're still hung up in the past, there's nothing fair about that.

"It's not fair to you, and it's certainly not fair" to your potential partners.

"Too much baggage from the past that you're still holding on to doesn't portend good things for a new relationship." You don't want to bring those bags into something new — so give it some time and space."While I think that being social is good immediately, I think dating is for those who are not seeking to be fulfilled but to share, and can do so without any memory that is bitter of the past," zen psychotherapist and neuromarketing strategist Michele Paiva tells Bustle.

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