Although there are still stigmas surrounding dating divorced men, here are a few reasons you just might have a delightful experience: Men are, by nature, fixers and problem solvers.
If he’s recently divorced, be cautious, take things slow, and make sure you get your needs met before getting too involved.This is if your date is still getting divorced – separated men are a far riskier group, as I will discuss in a future article.Find out more about Brooke and the work she’s doing at her site, Be You and Be Fearless.You can also connect with Brooke on Facebook and on Twitter.I have also learned that men with kids love much more deeply. For all you single Mom readers, I think dating divorced men with children is a huge plus.
I have completely fallen for a guy or two simply by watching him with his kids and the undying love and support he has provided them. Men with kids will understand your schedule, lifestyle, priorities and responsibilities—because they will have a similar life experience.
Ladies, as much as we love men (and, I really do), we want to acknowledge that they can often mature, grow up and find their way in a relationship a bit more slowly than women do.
I believe that marriage teaches men responsibility, structure, how to co-define reality, what women want and how to put someone else before themselves.
Red Flag #2: He Talks About His Ex Listening to your date talk about his ex is not only annoying, it’s an ironclad sign he isn’t over his marriage yet.
It doesn’t matter if his comments are critical, complimentary, or just factual. A man who talks about his ex may only be grieving his marriage, but it’s also possible he’s grieving the ex herself (which means there’s no room for YOU).
I have found that dating divorced men with children to be an amazing experience for myself, as well as my friends and clients who are now single women with children of their own.