These women told me that, because of some horrible past dating experience, they're now scared to move forward, scarred by bad romantic memories.
One woman told me she now freaks out if a relationship escalates, and she tends to run away, leaving the situation because she couldn't handle a serious meltdown again.
Everyone goes through a different recovery process when a relationship ends.
Much like grieving a death, recovering from the end of a relationship takes time and involves step-by-step improvement.
You learn lessons about love, lessons about yourself and lessons about life with each relationship you're in.
You sometimes choose to accept the things about yourself, which you are unwilling to change.
All of the women commonly shared that they feel pressured by their friends, who are in relationships, to find someone and be part of the crew. Sadly, each woman actually admitted that she is afraid of commitment and afraid of being hurt.