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And there was the nerdy-nerdy philosophy professor who had the unfortunate quality of seeming bored by the sound of his own voice. I cried every day for a month, and not the “I have something in both my eyes” type of crying, but the visceral, heaving, pathetic type of sobbing that if you’ve ever seen someone experience, you can’t help but feel really, really bad for them.
I lost almost 20 lbs, much to the horror of my Greek-Jewish mom, who spent the entire week I was home over winter break force-feeding me beef stew.
Not being one to half-ass things, I didn’t just dip my toe in the water, but canon-balled right in and became something of a marathon dater. My schedule is busy, but I’ve found it’s possible to make time for the things that are important to you.
I wrote this post after going on six dates in just over a week, where I reflect on my breakup and how I hoped to grow from it: As I alluded to before, I didn’t get to be the ninja dater I am today by sitting at home on the couch on Saturday nights, eating bon bons and watching Lifetime movies. And while I’m the first to admit that six dates in eight days is somewhat excessive (and kind of exhausting), it was also a lot of fun. While part of the reason I date so much is that it’s a fun anthropological experiment, the bigger reason is that I know how awesome it is to truly connect in a romantic relationship, and it would be amazing to experience that feeling again. Several months ago I went through a pretty traumatic breakup when my then-boyfriend decided I wasn’t the right one for him.
I thought the best way to introduce the topic would be to share a series of posts I wrote a few years ago when I briefly had a dating blog (briefly because shortly after starting it I met my current boyfriend… It started two years ago when my then boyfriend, who for some bizarre reason I was madly in love with at the time (he’s the “douchbag” from my ukulele song video), broke up with me out of the blue.
I wrote the following story shortly after when I was going through the painful process of starting to date again.There was the TV writer, the sports writer, the screenwriter and the entertainment investor (this is LA, after all). Actually, saying it was traumatic is like saying the Empire State Building is tall.There was the hot-nerdy computer consultant who seemed to have an aversion to picking restaurants (I chose both the first and second date locations). It was, without hyperbole, the single worst experience of my entire life."Love Bites," the NBC show that airs its fourth episode of the summer season on Thursday (all available on Hulu), had a long and tumultuous ride to prime time.The series, from Cindy Chupack ("Sex and the City," "Everybody Loves Raymond") had originally been scheduled to debut last fall, but production developments pushed it back to mid-season, and after a series of casting changes and the departure of Chupack, the show bounced to mid-season and, finally, to the summer burn-off season, where it will almost certainly fade into obscurity.I became intimately familiar with the Elizabeth Kübler-Ross stages of loss (Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Grief, Acceptance), each with it’s own story.