Take some time for yourself if you are trying to get over a womanizer. When you're alone reflect upon what happened with the womanizer and the relationship that you had with him. Think about both the good and bad aspects of the relationship. Consider any warning signs that could have alerted you to the fact that he is a womanizer. In "Womanizer Signs: 5 Warning Signs That You're Dating A Womanizer," Jane Garapick advises to check out a man's reputation, notice if he is moving too fast, and be cautious if he is overly romantic or seems too good to be true. Write down your thoughts in a journal. Think about the good aspects of not having that person in your life right now.
Find someone you trust and confide in her. Be honest. Tell her about your relationship with the womanizer and how it ended. Discuss how you found out the man was a womanizer and how it made you feel.
Pursue new activities. Find a new hobby or go to new and different events. New activities can distract you from thinking about the womanizer. Doing new things may also help you discover that you have interests or talents that you weren't aware of. For example, you may discover that you have a passion for painting, playing tennis, hiking or going to foreign films.
Limit the contact that you have with the womanizer. It is not necessary to cut off all communication with him unless you find it too painful to be around him. However, do not telephone or e-mail him frequently. Try to avoid running into him for the first few months that you are trying to get over him.
Meet new people. Go to bars, clubs, art galleries, sporting events, social affairs organized by your friends, parties and other places where you might be able to interact with new people. While doing that, you might find a new love interest.
- Meeting new people may also be a chance for you to put what you've learned about womanizers into practice. While you don't want to seem aloof or stand-offish, this may be a chance to be more cautious when letting new aquaintances into your personal space.