By Ann Luther

We all saw True Blood alum Jim Parrack’s heartbreak when he ended his marriage to his wife of six years, Ciera Parrack. However, he quickly moved on, proposing to Hunger Games star, Leven Rambin, after only a few months of dating. According to UsMagazine.com, they even made their big news official on Facebook: Parrack changed his relationship status to Engaged over the weekend. The new couple does, in fact, seem very happy in this Instagram video they posted announcing their hiatus from social media. Best of luck to the adorable pair!

How do you know when you’re ready to move on post-divorce?

Cupid’s Advice:

Divorce is one of the most difficult things a person can go through in life. It is the end of something that was supposed to last forever. It’s hard to believe that you’ll someday move on — and maybe even find love again — when you feel so wrought with despair. However, know that you will feel closure and happiness again…eventually. So how do you know when the time is right to open up your heart to someone new?

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1. You’re going out with your friends: If you can go out with your friends, you can go out on a date. Put a little extra effort into your beauty routine to make yourself feel your best. Even if you’re not ready to get into a serious relationship, going on a date is a simple step in the right direction.

2. You miss what you had but not your ex: There is a big difference between missing a person and missing a feeling. When you lose a partner, it’s almost always best to leave that person where they belong: in the past. A feeling, however, can always be found again. It may not be the same feeling you had with your ex, but it will be extraordinary because that is what love is. The important thing to remember is that you will have many loves in your life. Don’t give up!

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3. You’re okay with being alone: Something we all struggle with is recognizing the difference between being alone and feeling lonely. Being alone is a part of life, even when you’re married. You should be at peace with your thoughts, your choices, and your life. There is nothing scary about being alone. You are free in so many wonderful ways!

How did you know that you were ready to move on after a breakup? Tell us in the comments below!