Should you ever get serious about a guy who’s just broken up with his girlfriend?
Jennifer Aniston seems to have had nothing but bad boy luck in her life, but is that all about to change with Bradley Cooper? The two briefly dated in 2009, but seem to have rekindled their relationship now that he and longtime girlfriend Renee Zellweger are kaput. Or is Jen just in for more heartbreak choosing a guy that’s just come out of a relationship?
Although In Touch claims that Jen, 42, thinks Bradley could be “the one” and “sees a future with him”, we have to examine the damning evidence here. A) He just got out of a tw0-year relationship. B) He hasn’t had his rebound relationship yet. C) He could have dated Jen seriously before, but chose Renee instead. All of these elements combined do not make Bradley Cooper seem like a viable dating option.
Honestly, after a guy has been “cooped up”, so to speak, for such a lengthy period of time, he’s not going to want to rush back into a serious relationship: he’s going to want to play the field. That said, Jen should be very, very careful with her heart.
If she is really falling for him, she should take it slow and let him chase her. However, according to the In Touch report, the two are already doomed (called that one). He is “more focused on his career than getting married…He’s a gym-rat and a workaholic — not a homebody like Jen.”
Prediction here: this relationship is a no-go. Jen should cut her losses and move on to find someone who really appreciates her. Why be someone’s Back-Up Plan if He’s Just Not That Into You?
My advice to you is the same. If you’re getting involved with a guy who’s just gone through a major Break-Up, take things slow. Don’t expect that he’s going to fall head over heels for you. If you really want him, be a little mysterious, a little hard to get. You might be ready for love, but when a guy has already just been there and done that, chances are he can’t Just Go With It.