Dating a bitter divorced man

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They are out of practice, so, they are kind of goofy when it comes to being alluring and seducing and usually very, very insecure (though some hide it better than others).You can spot them in their stylish SUVs with their kid’s car seat on the back; they appear wiser, mature and cool because of their experiences and years of age – but in fact, they are not.Single Dads and divorced men – the majority of them – want to regain their “lost flirting years” and most importantly their…Youth.They play the field like newborn ducklings that are learning to walk again, in order to catch up with lost time of being homebound with the ex-wife.Should you choose to create a modern one, it is a very big responsibility to hold them all together.There are many hats to wear and many roles to take.

Nonetheless, there is a bigger issue to address here…

This doesn’t mean you won’t feel loved or special; it means, however, you are entering a relationship from another level of maturity.

You have to be prepared for a whole lot of challenges: romantic weekends or vacations will be cancelled due to kids school plays, date nights will be ruined due to children’s nightmares or sudden colds, the ex will probably hate your guts and bitch about you (); the children will feel threatened by your presence and react in unpredictable ways, your man’s nerves will be rattled from his constant efforts to juggle situations and he will often experience feelings of guilt about missing out and of not being there enough for his kids…

The Kids – and the new woman’s responsibility towards them.

I’m a woman that has experienced highs & lows, when it comes to relationships, so I can write (or bitch, at times) about them.

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