Advice dating man going through divorce
We had several great months together and he said he loved me and was making long term plans with me. And yes, this is going to be a transition time for him and that is probably a good thing for you.
I am struggling to get him out of my head and stop crying over the situation. I stayed away from any intimate contact with him for a couple of months but we have a strong mutual attraction and we ended up back in bed. I am aware that there are PLENTY of eligible SINGLE men who have so much to offer..including crazy drama. I have chosen not to ask questions and just give him the space he requested.I am a stong, sensible woman but when it comes to him I can't seem to get it together... If our relationship is meant to be, it will be AFTER HIS DIVORCE. I am at the point where I'm ready to take that chance for ME AND MY HAPPINESS. Hi, I was also dating a man going through a divorce.Yeah, unfortunately..you let a guy be friends with you after, he will recreate the relationship and dictate new terms. Men know we want relationships and they have learned to carrot dangle and they get what they want and we get to sit there and jump hoops. It lasted about 15 month and just this passed weekend we had the "talk" initiated by me.I am feeling less depressed and made it through the entire day without crying. Break-ups in general are stressful, for either party, but a divorce can impact far more than the emotions. Well I wish he would have said that 8 months ago and left out the parts where he said he loved me. We have decided that we will meet for coffee in a few weeks and see how it goes now that we are just friends. His words are shocking to say the least, I assume he has already moved on as well.Divorces cost money, can cause stress when there are items, homes, and children involved. He is likely going through his own personal hell, right now, and he will need all the support he can get. I am really full of anxiety today and trying to hold it together. He now says he was caught up in the safety, lust and nuturing of our early relationship and that he does not love me and should not have said it. I am not interested in any other men and I really did love him, although I realize now that he could not have felt the same and changed his mind only 30 days later.