I do believe that whole routine would be more fun that than which I’ve described above. He knows to say, “I’m not sure it does your figure justice,” in lieu of, “Eww! And seeing as how teaching a man these lessons is akin to herding stray cats, this is a valuable attribute to luck into. I’ll take him, and I’ll work to be patient when his ex-wife makes her weekly call.
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He ended up making a conscious decision to stop dating and figure things out, which led him to a few more who weren't quite right, then to me.
It's that time he took to figure himself out and move past the divorce and the hurt (she cheated on him, and was an all around unpleasant human being), that let him become the wonderful man I'm about to marry.
Again, he may have no bad intent, but you two are setting up something that isn't going to be healthy for either of you.^^^ This, with flying colors and streamers attached to it for extra emphasis at how correct it is.
I'm getting married in two months and my fiance is divorced.
Two years ago, I met a gentleman I shall henceforth call James, because his name was, well, James. It lasted a full 10 hours (we’d met up for coffee at 3 p.m.
Common sense says that this guy is NOT ready to date, not yet.
Consequently, many jump into relationships before they're truly ready, often without even realizing it.
The thing of it is, I don't think it's a good idea to have a false relationship, or to pretend that things are okay when they're not.
But looking back at his forum postings and journals and whatnot from immediately after the divorce and in the months that followed, I hardly recognize him.
This guy is going to go through more waves of whatever it takes for him to get over his ex-wife, learn to stand on his own again emotionally, and be ready for a relationship.