Dating newly divorced
You could end up getting mixed up in their emotional whirlwind and if there’s a lot of bad juju, it can be safer to just let her go. A marriage that didn’t last is not necessarily a failure. Sometimes relationships — even marriages — can be fulfilling and beneficial for a limited period of time.
When circumstances lead both people to decide that the relationship is not serving them in a healthy way any longer, it is entirely possible to move on amicably, life lessons under their belt that will positively fuel their next relationship.
Using the intuition in your subconscious can be a powerful tool when your conscious mind doesn’t yet have all the facts.
Do your conversations seem to be largely about how AWFUL her ex is?
It can also be natural to want to rebound when your heart is broken.
Conversely, certain people who had felt the end coming for months or even years before an official decision was made to divorce may falsely believe they can dive back into the dating world before papers have been filed.
And there’s a strong chance your separated man has a long way to go.
Divorce is — most often — a heart-wrenching situation, even if it was amicable and had been a long time coming.
If you’ve never gone through a divorce, think about a time when you and a long-term girlfriend decided to part ways.
Thus, the transition from partnership to independence can be jarring.
Separation is a necessary precursor to divorce, and mourning the loss of a marriage — regardless of how right it is for both parties to end the said marriage — is a natural part of the process.