Internet dating allows you to move at kind of a slow pace from the comfort of your home, and can be a simple way to ease yourself back into the non-married world.
People on dating sites aren't going to be judging you (except maybe by how hot you are) and coffee with an interested individual is a fairly low stress alternative to trying to hurl yourself at single people at bars and the like.
The months immediately following divorce should probably be spent revaluating yourself as a single individual, as opposed to half of a unified entity.
Consider online dating as a possibility as you put yourself back out there too.
The Bible teaches us that God wants the best for us: "For I know the plans I have for you — declares the LORD.
Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future." Through Jesus we may even call him 'Abba Father'.
The thing about support groups like these is that once you attend you'll quickly see that the hardships that you are going through barely compare with the hardships that others are experiencing.
You'll feel “misery loves company” style comradery and it will be a lot easier to be thankful to God for all the wonderful things you have, as well as give you a reality check and an understanding of the fact that your divorce could have been a lot worse (believe me when I say that your story will not be the worst there).
Nearly all churches have a “doors open” policy when it comes to admitting and accepting new members into their congregations so church is one of the easiest and most natural ways to meet people anyway (no pick-up line necessary).