While it is certainly difficult to answer that with a yes or a no, what would help is knowing what's in store for you when you decide to go out with a man who's just got out of a marriage.It is rightly said that when you're in love, you know it. On the opposite end of the spectrum, this guy is clearly still pining for his wife. Sure, it might sound like an, err, interesting time (and there's nothing wrong with straight sex now and again), but this guy has wayyy too much undealt-with emotional baggage. And yet, no matter how many times you try to bring up where this is going, you get a shrug of the shoulders and "let's just keep having fun." Blech. The notion that an actual woman is connected to the body they desire to assuage their parched sexuality is irrelevant.A good quality blow-up doll would probably suffice and it might spare his next victim the chore of dumping them once they realize how emotionally damaged they are.
Solely from the woman's point of view, is dating this man any different? So then, is dating a recently divorced man a strict no-no?Right, chances are you're going to come across one—or more—of these divorced dudes. If he starts drinking a little too much and talking about how so-and-so cuckolded him.. The irony is that men, despite their own dissatisfaction are more likely to resist divorce.The majority immediately scramble to salvage their marriages, citing family or finances, prepared to agree to anything to keep their world in tact.
When I was 30 I got into dating a week after separating, and while I had been unhappily married to an alcoholic, I didn’t take any time to consider my role in the failed marriage or the grief I felt about it.