Dating After Divorce

You Can Live Again

Divorce can be a miserable, painful, emotional ordeal, even if you both parted on good terms. But divorce does happen – over half of marriages in the US fail. It's a sad fact, but sometimes, we're just not made for each other like we might have thought.

Dating after divorce can be harder than it sounds, too. You've been through the hell of arguments, the ending of a relationship that was supposed to be forever, and a mess of lawyers, fees, hassle, and a lot of expenses. A divorce is one of the worst things that many people will ever go through.

The idea of dating again is not just a little frightening – it can be downright scary, and there's nothing wrong with admitting that fact. But you can get back up on your feet and dating successfully – no matter how rotten your divorce was.

Get Your Confidence Up

When you go to start making your move on the women you find attractive, the biggest problem men have is their confidence. They worry that, because of their divorce, they're simply not as attractive anymore… that's completely wrong!

Before you do anything, boost your confidence. Do things that makes you feel good about yourself. This can be buying some new clothing, getting new wheels for your car, or just getting a membership to a gym and working out.

Whatever makes you feel good, do it. Boost your confidence, and know that you deserve to be happy with another woman.

Your First Relationship Is The Hardest

Your first relationship with someone other than your ex wife can be the hardest, and for good reason! But be careful, because there are things you need to consider before jumping in again.

  • Don't date until your divorce is final, no matter what. It will muck up the paperwork, and you'll have to deal with a lot of questions in court that are less than fun.
  • Don't seek out the opposite type of woman that you married. This is something a lot of guys do, but they really shouldn't – dating after divorce doesn't mean dating someone brand spankin' new. Look for qualities you appreciate, and enjoy.
  • Don't rush things. You just got out of a long term relationship, and make sure she realizes this going in. Take it slow, and easy. You'll have better results in the end.


Remember that you did just get out of a longer relationship. You need time to heal, even if you don't think you do. A lot of guys will shrug aside their feelings and pain from their divorce, and not even think of it, rushing ahead with another relationship before they address their feelings of the first.

Any relationship you have after your divorce will be a failure if you don't take the time to deal with your feelings from your marriage. It sounds harsh, but it's true.

Take your time, don't rush yourself, and make sure everything is settled, inside and out, before you start again.

Dating after divorce doesn't have to be hard. Just make sure you have everything you need to make it good.

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