I'm hearing a couple things in your last response.
For one, it sounds like you have the idea that people in a healthy emotional space date. And that your friends have also given you the idea it's something you should or have ton be doing so long as you're over a past relationship.
But the thing is, I think the only people who should be dating are people who WANT to be dating, and not everyone wants to -- either period, or at any given point in time -- for about a million reasons. This idea that people *have* to be dating, *have* to be seeking out sexual, romantic or other kinds of intimate relationships just isn't right. No one has to, and I very much hope anyone who is is only doing so because they want to, not because their friends or anyone else thinks they should.
I hear you saying what sounds to me like you don't really want to be dating right now. Not guys anyway. I hear you voicing a lot of negative feelings about that right now, I hear you saying you only are because you think you should be "ready." I'd suggest you stop doing anything that you don't feel really good about, and also ask your friends to back off. Dating isn't some kind of healing panacea for all the things (including previous heartbreak), and it also isn't required of any of us.
In the event that you do want to date, but it's just guys you don't want to date, then go with that! It is okay, whatever your orientation, to explore dating with people of any gender you want to. You don't have to go to clubs and start making out with people, and I wouldn't say that's probably the best route for anyone who is seeking out an ongoing intimate relationship instead of a hookup, anyway. You also don't have to use apps dishonestly. Want to talk about some ways you can do this?
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