Problems with dating a divorced woman

I made myself miserable and in turn made us miserable. Why are women without kids over 30 even allowed out? Once you're over your divorce, it'd be the same as with any other woman - if you're attractive in soul and body, if we "click", no obstacle.

However, I'm not looking to date, and I highly doubt I ever will be again. Most people will hear you were divorced and won't change their opinion.

I am not fond of dating girls much younger than me because most of them are still trying to get the partying out of their system. Because I get not wanting to condemn your ex, that's a good thing. This doesn't have anything to do with your age, but if you still hold a torch for him I imagine that will be a huge red flag when you start trying to date.

Your modus operandi is apparently to threaten divorce whenever you have an argument. That's my fault because I should have walked away when I found out. Hence, making myself miserable and making us miserable. But I should note from my perspective, there are some situations where it's not easy to write off someone as a bad person despite cheating.

This brings up some big fat questions about how seriously you take the institution of marriage in the first place, if divorce is the first thing on your mind whenever you get angry at someone. I realize that now it's not healthy and best to walk away. I have not disclosed the details but it isn't black and white. I would have no problem dating a divorcee in her 30's as long as she didn't have a ton of baggage that would get in the way of our developing relationship.

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I can't think of ever seeing a woman I thought to myself "Oh yea totally 35 years old there."Being a 31 y/o male, I will also add that for me dating recently I've met a lot of interesting women late 20's/early 30's. But there will be plenty of guys out there who will be looking to date women their own age. Having a bad relationship with your parents is baggage.

Something in your past that influences your future. Makes you more hesitant to put yourself out there because you don't want to be hurt. Having a good relationship with your parents is baggage. The trick is finding someone whose baggage matches yours.

Remember this: You don't have to be engaged or married to have true love. She is also the author of her new divorce novel with the same name, as well as her other divorce novel, FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE. Pilossoph is a weekly business features reporter and columnist for Sun-Times Media.

Let yourself heal from your divorce (which takes at least five years in my opinion) and just enjoy the relationship. Buy yourself a nice piece of jewelry and go on a fun trip with him. Here's my closing advice: Date someone who lets you be who you are, who is kind to you (and your kids), who supports your passion or your career, who is thoughtful, who makes you feel good about yourself and who makes you feel happy and loved.

There are plenty of other reasons why people may decide a relationship shouldn't continue without acting immature. Because they don't make each other happy, romantically, either.