Dating the divorced man with kids
40% of available men are either divorced or separated and, as such, they can often come with unexpected challenges.
'Dating the Divorced Man' offers women the tools they need in order to decide whether or not they are right for one another.
Best of all, she empowers women and encourages finding their happiness and not to settle for anything less than their true heart's desire.
Thank you for all of your clear and concise thoughts over the last few years.
Best of all, she empowers women and encourages finding their happiness and not to settle for anything less than their true heart While I'm not dating a divorced (or separated/divorcing) man, I like to read about things ahead of time as being forewarned is being forearmed.
At the end of the day, you have to decide for yourself if it is all worth the trouble.For example, an ex-wife that’s uninvolved in your relationship and has a life of her own somewhat mitigates the situation, whereas a jilted ex who is regularly in your life is an aggravating factor.Kind of like a “points system” for the relationship’s potential. Basically, the book’s advice can be broken down to the following: for the relationship to be worth pursuing, your “input” (i.e., what you get out of the relationship) must exceed your “output” (i.e., dealing with the issues identified above).Although the book identifies and analyzes the “output” involved, it only points out in a cursory manner the “input” that might be realized.
I suppose it is impossible to come up with a “points system” for the “input,” as it essentially boils down to emotional and how you feel about the relationship.There are also the more subtle, unexpected issues: feeling ripped off about the situation, like you’re getting second-hand goods; feeling jealous of or threatened by the kid (particularly when the kid is a girl); having to adjust your expectations and feeling resentful of that...