Dating newly divorced man
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Right now you have given all your power away, are licking up his scraps and that unbalance of power is unhealthy in a relationship.Again, he may have no bad intent, but you two are setting up something that isn't going to be healthy for either of you.^^^ This, with flying colors and streamers attached to it for extra emphasis at how correct it is.
Consequently, many jump into relationships before they're truly ready, often without even realizing it.
We've talked about his divorce and dating in the wake of it, and this is literally exactly what he's said happened to him.
He ended up making a conscious decision to stop dating and figure things out, which led him to a few more who weren't quite right, then to me.
She really needs to know what exactly led to the divorce so that she protects herself but does not know people who know him. Obviously I have never been married so don't know anything about a divorce but I just want to understand. I am trying to understand the process for the sake of my sister who is dating a divorced guy. Every little thing makes him mad which makes me think he must be mad @ his ex-wife.
She knows his family members and of course, they will protect him by not telling her (my sister) the truth since "blood is thicker than water". Any thoughts as to what goes on in a divorced guy's mind? No one knows the specifics of a divorce, except the divorcing wife and husband.
Not that I dont think I'm a catch but because that "let's hurry up and be in love" mentality is usually being driven by something that will surface in a bad way later on.
All the good, long relationhships I've had never started out obsessively but just sort of developed organically. No one knows the specifics of a divorce, except the divorcing wife and husband.
Just don't set yourself up to be hurt by investing more in it that he can even contemplate giving you right now.
What everyone is telling you (to beware) is probably correct. I married the first woman I dated after my divorce and never had any interest in anyone else for as long as she lived.
Common sense says that this guy is NOT ready to date, not yet.
Continuing to date, just dating less doesn't make much sense to me because I don't think it addresses the issue.
Which means, if he was the one who was on the wrong, he will never tell his future girlfriend that he was on the wrong since everyone likes to present him/herself in a good light.