Dating dos and don39ts after divorce
Don’t rule out someone who is a little taller, shorter, skinner, heavier, a different color, older or younger than you “think” is your type.You should be attracted to the person, as that is so important for the long term!Once you have a road map of a partner that makes you happy, give attraction and chemistry a chance to develop, even if it takes five or more dates to figure it out.After you feel the chemistry, look carefully for the “interior” traits that count, like kindness, reliability, consistency, honesty and intelligence first. Is this person willing to accept you, your complexities, maybe your children? Are you on the same page with regards to finances, parenting, living situations, marriage or more kids?Waiting until you are exclusive is a great way to stay the happy course!RELATED: Flirting, compliments and waiting for sex: 6 rules for dating after 50 Fast and furious usually flames out.
The dating village should be filled with people who support you and will bring you up, instead of bringing you down.
But be open on your idea of “the package.” You need to have excellent photos (starting with a great smiling headshot). 4 rules for nailing the perfect profile picture As women, we often feel like we just want to date one person at a time. Dating should be like a horse race — you need many horses to make it a race!
That includes great head-to-toe shots as well as of you and only you! The horse that’s winning on the first lap might break its leg and might need to be taken out of the race.
Are you aware of your role in the marriage’s demise?
And, have you made as much peace as possible with your ex and the divorce?