Divorced men rebound dating
I filed with the court a legal separation and divorce decree at the same time.
My ex-wife and I were physically separated for almost 10 months, mentally separated longer than that.
We went to counseling for many months prior to the separation and it didn’t work.
I agreed to 3 years legal separation, so that she could get my health insurance, and then the divorce would be decreed.
And that’s the part, Pat, that I have to acknowledge on behalf of women.
To answer your question directly: no, it would not be that bad if you dated a woman and it didn’t work out.
And because of the dead-end of getting involved with such a man, these women issue the blanket decree: “I will NEVER date that kind of man again.” This is a classic example of how the stereotype may be perfectly valid, but you can’t judge EVERY single person by the stereotype. Absolutely – especially if she just kicked you out of the house two weeks ago for cheating, you’re living on your friend’s couch, and you hope to reconcile.
Hell, you’re even a risk if you’re just out of a divorce and want to “play the field”.
Contrary to what some might say, that’s called “dating”. The issue is that most women don’t want to get emotionally involved with someone who could be considered high-risk.A man who is freshly out of a dead marriage may be highly tempted to sow his oats for a while, or, at the very least, not settle into domestic bliss so soon after his separation.