Start Dating someone out of pity

Dating someone out of pity

While you might be tempted to give the world's biggest eye-roll, you refrain.

Herbal tea and long walks can be lifesavers on these hectic days. Being lazy wastes valuable hours that could be devoted to creating or working. Sometimes when they're feeling especially anxious, they can be exhausting, talk extremely fast and have scattered thoughts.

It's best if you just try and listen as best you can to remain calm until this bout passes.

And yes, you then need to start going on dates again.

You don’t have to take it much further than a casual coffee or two, but it’s just great to remind yourself that you can connect with other guys, and it let’s your heart know that you’re moving forward in your romantic life.

Get a support system of great friends around you who support you and make you feel appreciated.

Take up some exercise and sweat out your frustrations for a month (getting fit in the process will just be a bonus! The sooner you derive happiness and fulfilment from new sources, the sooner you’ll be able to emotionally disconnect from your relationship with this guy.

Relationships aren't easy and take a lot of work -- we all know this.

But there is a special kind of challenge involved when it comes to dating someone with anxiety.

When mid-task, people with anxiety are not to be interrupted.

Their train of thought is set on something and it needs to be finished before they can pay attention to you.

So now you need to find OTHER big sources of happiness (this is one of the absolute keys to solving the problem of how to get over someone at point in your life).