Dating someone divorced with kids

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And not to say that you aren’t special, but his infatuation with you has less to do with who you are than how this relationship is presently making him feel.

Rest-assured, his garbage is going to come out – and lucky you, you’ll end up helping him sort it.

Hopefully he doesn’t decide to withdraw his trust from all women and relegate them to “only being good for one thing.” If this is separated man, you might have a ‘Wounded Player’ on your hands. He’s getting too serious too fast There’s one word that best explains why your separated man is getting really serious really fast: he’s .

The high and excitement of getting involved with you is essentially distracting him from the pain of his divorce.

Whatever the case may be, these kinds of circumstances are extremely stressful for him, which will inevitably ripple into your relationship together in some way(s).

That’s energy and space that he can’t and won’t channel into you in positive ways. He doesn’t consistently spend time with his children.

For the number of men who claim to be destitute and “victims of an unfair legal system”, you’d think there’d be a line-up of trucks parked by the Bow River with separated dads living out of them.

Please, before you buy into his tale of woe, veer on the skeptical side.

( still married; just saying…) Now before anyone accuses me of picking on men, let me hasten to say that separated women can be just as “challenging” to date as separated men.

In fact, I pity any man who dated me when I was separated; I was messed up, and didn’t even know it!

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