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One thing that Hingston and many others struggle with is other people’s reactions to going from losing a partner to finding another one. It’s what makes you happy and what gets you through, it doesn’t take away from what you went through, but it’s still your life.
“You have that constant thing that people are going to judge you – ‘she’s moved on quite quickly’. I think Irish people can be very judgemental when it comes to what you should do . You still have to get up in the morning.” Sharleen Tuite and Jon Day both knew what they wanted, and didn’t mind moving quickly, becoming recently engaged within a year of beginning their relationship.
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Lee, like many people, admits to not being “the most confident person on dates. You know yourself; at a festival everyone is in good form, it’s really relaxed and you mix with loads of people anyway.” A second date came sooner than expected when Fortune, perhaps after a few shandies, bought a ticket to the second day of the festival that night and met up with Lee and her friends again the following day. “If I was to go back to my younger dating self,” Lee says, “I would say definitely make the first move. You’ve nothing to lose by sending a message.” How do you cope with losing a partner and the difficulties of finding love after?