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Tips for Dating after Separation and Divorce
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Divorce Magazine offers some helpful tips for re-entering the dating world.
TORONTO, ON (Feb. 13, 2015) — Before separated or divorced people should even consider dating again, they need to make sure they’re past the “walking wounded” stage following their relationship breakdown. How long will it take to reach this stage? According to divorce experts Dr. Bruce Fisher and Dr. Robert Alberti, the co-authors of Rebuilding: When Your Relationship Ends: “Studies indicate that on the average it takes about a year to get up above the tree line (past the really painful, negative stages of the climb), and longer to reach the top. Some will make it in less time, others in more. Some research suggests that a few in our climbing party will need as long as three to five years.”
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