saying he was thinking about what to do about me was a little hurtful and made me feel as if I was a problem he had to deal with. I felt like he was behaving in a way that i would just end things bc he has not done it, but he has constantly pulled back.
He has pulled away several times and last week told me he did love me, that he could see us having a future but that he is scared. I finally reached my breaking point and told him that while I care about him and know he is in a tough spot, that i need more and I just don't think he's in the place to offer that to me.
By putting more pressure on him, I pushed him away.
To avoid adding pressure, make sure that you know that you are both on the same path.
Chances are, the last few months (or years) of his marriage weren't fun. He doesn't want you plopping yourself down on his lap and making out at the dinner table at a fancy restaurant. Unlike guys before marriage, divorced guys aren't into games.
Getting divorced is one of the hardest things you’ll ever go through. Once the divorce is finalized the worst part is over.
Once you start moving you aren’t going to want to stop.
Self-Improvement One of the best ways to spend your time, especially after a divorce, is on self-improvement.
He probably can't remember the last time he had a good time. Somewhere in between platonic-like touching and mauling makes a divorced guy happy.
TIP 1: Make sure you are both aligned to what you want.
Even though he said he wanted kids, I could tell half way through our dating that things had changed, and I ignored the signs.
Now it’s time for you to get back out there and start living again.
While you might be a little gun shy at first, one of the best pieces of dating advice for recently divorced men is just to get back out there and get to it.