If you are mindful of these do’s and don’ts of dating after divorce, stay optimistic and enjoy yourself everything will eventually fall into place.
Dating after Divorce
For every person embarking on a return to dating after a divorce, each of their experiences will be unique. Some may be an emotional challenge, others a liberating adventure.
During and after divorce it is important to let yourself feel whatever you feel, process it in a healthy manner and pave a way to move on.
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Sharing time with someone who makes you laugh and doesn’t take himself too seriously can be a salve for the wounds you hide behind your laughter and smile.
I found that the more men I dated, the less likely I was to feel good about myself. I realized that a revolving door of post-divorce dating wasn’t going to lead to a healthy relationship.
Post-divorce relationships don’t always turn out to be what we hoped for. Why? Maybe you’re not ready to date yet. Maybe your expectations are too high?
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