There's a theory out there that says ''until you're happy with being single, you can never be happy with being coupled''.
There's also one that says ''get over one person before you get involved with another''
Oh, and then there's the idea that ''it's impossible to fall in love with someone if you're still in love with another''.
On the other hand how about ''you wouldn't have even gone looking if you were happy''.
What about ''time heals all, and moving into a new relationship won't solve the problem that was there in the first place, or heal the pain of a break''.
Oh I know... here's another: ''the likelihood of a second or subsequent relationship being successful lessons with every relationship''
And: the best way to get over someone is to get under someone else
Are any of these true for you? Do any sound like outrageous lies, or generalisations? Why or why not?