It's hard and depressing and getting a divorce is never about just ending a marriage.
I decided that maybe I wasn't finished passing along the lessons I learned from being married multiple times.
Their answers help me tailor a program that helps them attract their ideal match.
Are they unknowingly putting up guards that turn men off?
Here’s what they said, followed by my thoughts on how they might overcome these dating problems and attract their best relationship.◊♦◊This is a common complaint from women. So guys, please pay attention to more than the boobs and the butt.
The other B, the brain, is just as important, especially as you’re getting to know a woman. Anyone who’s looking for a true connection is more likely to find it with someone closer to their age.
But even the women who would happily marry again have a harder time; while having kids makes remarriage challenging for men and women, it’s worse for women.
Women, who tend to be more vocal about their emotional struggles, are the squeaky wheel that gets the grease from friends, from online communities, from books, and from therapeutic approaches.
To my pleasant surprise, my 30-something confidence combined with the dawn of casual online dating culture made for one damn fun year and a half.
Turned out, dating as a divorced 35-year-old was a great way to pass the time until I felt ready for a relationship again.
Since more divorced moms have custody of their children, it can put them out of the dating loop — but not divorced dads.