Dating and remarriage after divorce
I’ve heard that one before; she’s the psycho and you’re a prince. Everyone loves love and when there is a lack of love in your life or even just nobody there to hear about that a-hole in accounting who is ruining your work life, you start feeling desperate and find yourself tangled up with the first person that expresses interest in your sad ass. I’m a mess, frankly, and the more time goes by the more realizations I make about myself.
Being a solo parent without backup is crazy hard and I feel lonely a lot, but I’ve actually never felt more lonely than when experiencing a crappy date. Well, a great date leads to more dates which could mean a relationship and then what? Divorced for eight months and separated for about a year before that and I still don’t really feel capable of jumping into a new relationship. How could I possibly inflict myself on a new person right now?
Like dating is some magical divorce tonic that will automatically improve my feelings about the shambles that is my life just now., guy. Put the jumbo-size box of Rice Krispies Treats back on the shelf and walk away. Honest self-introspection is one of the most difficult things I’ve ever attempted. But when I manage to take an unvarnished look at who I am and my role in the demise of my marriage, I realize how ill-equipped I am to be in a healthy relationship right now. As any parent knows, making time for yourself can be difficult.When you’re married, you also have to navigate the added challenge of making time for your relationship.The whole notion of negotiating the living of life with another human being sounds exhausting, especially when limping out the failed negotiation of my marriage.But all dating roads don’t necessarily lead to relationships, right? Anyone telling you to go date for “fun” and to just meet interesting people is an idiot.