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Speaking of which, there could be a child/children who will be a permanent part of your equation with him.
Initially, you may not be in the picture, but eventually, his children are going to play a major role in your life directly or indirectly.
Needless to say, I was overwhelmed with the responses I received.
It seems this topic is a sharp nail that hammers through the majority of the human race and whilst some agreed with my analysis, most dismissed it as written by a scorned woman.
He may be in a phase where he just wants to vent out his resentment towards relationships or wants to enjoy his new-found freedom.
In both cases, you need to steer clear of being the unfortunate victim of his circumstances.
You've found yourself a guy who is probably at his most vulnerable state right now.
The best thing to do then, is to give him time and space to clear his mind, and probably focus on being friends.
Pushing him to be attentive towards your needs will drive him away, and frankly, it isn't even fair on either of you.
Having gone through an unsuccessful relationship, a recently divorced man is no different.
Being human, he is bound to reach out for company, and you may possibly figure on his radar. The precise reasons behind this may vary, but the vulnerable state of mind that follows a split is mostly the reason behind the man's inconsistent behavior.
Emotional trauma and stress are an integral part of all divorce proceedings.
Additionally, there could be financial burdens as well.
Either case, that's not a good sign for you, as it signifies that she's still on his mind.