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One of the most common concerns women have when it comes to dating a divorced or separated man is whether or not he is over his previous relationship and ready for new love.
We’ve all jumped into a new relationship before we were ready and most of us, at some point or another, have been someone else’s rebound relationship.
If he’s even-keel and not harboring a lot of emotional energy there, whether it’s resentment or other emotions, chances are he’s not emotionally preoccupied with his past relationship and his heart might be open to new love.
I once has a boyfriend who referred to his ex-wife as “that stupid bitch.” Take heed.
He’s just looking to have his short-term needs met, which is not a problem if he’s dating recreationally and both parties are aware of the other’s desire to date recreationally, dating to just have fun and satisfy social needs.
But in serial monogamy, there’s none of that awareness and conscious action.
Calling his ex-wife anything derogatory (next to signifying immaturity) often indicates that he may have strong feelings, even if they are Building on my last point…pay attention to how he refers to and interacts with his ex.
If his ex has found someone new and the guy you’re dating is either unaffected or even genuinely happy for her, that might a good sign that he isn’t still emotionally enmeshed with his ex-wife.
Because I plan to be serially monogamous indefinitely, I need to figure this out now.