Here are three post-divorce dating dangers and how you can avoid them:1. Trusting a new man once you've been hurt by your ex-husband is difficult.
Yet, if you don't get rid of this distrust toward men it will destroy your chance of finding someone new.
This distrust often shows up in online dating profiles when you say things like "no head games," or "no dishonest men." When you write those things in your profile, you're broadcasting on a billboard that you've been hurt and that you're distrustful.
You'll scare away the men who have it together because they'll recognize your distrust immediately.
Jackie, I am approaching 50, and just over one year separated from my husband.
As I look forward and begin to think about the possibility of future relationships, I can see that dating over 50 might be difficult. So, not only does a large age range, (let’s say 42-57 perhaps?
It wasn’t long before I decided that I wanted to get back into the dating pool, even though I knew it was likely to feel weird and uncomfortable to begin with. Be truthful – Sorry if this is a tough one for those in midlife who appreciate that age is a big thing.
Certainly, divorced dads know how tough it is to survive the divorce and its aftermath.
Especially when you have been an innocent victim, or when you put a lot of effort into saving the marriage only to not succeed, there are some serious scars.
Whether you've already started dating after divorce, or you're about to take the plunge, chances are good you're going to be tempted to give in to three behaviors that will sabotage either your ability to move on from your marriage, or seriously reduce the chance you'll find a wonderful new man.
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