Problems with dating separated men
The purpose is to determine exactly when the relationship began, whether it is sexual, whether any marital property has been transferred to the new friend, such as by gift, how much money was spent on dating this person, and whether the spouse has said anything that could be used against him or her at trial.Even if everything is on the up-and-up, the result is a lot of unnecessary aggravation and cost.Divorcing clients are often lonely and stressed out, and they may be longing to meet someone new, feel desirable again, and just have fun.
The cynical/realist in me knows that usually these relationships end up in heartbreak, but then again, over 50% of all marriages end in divorce, so some separated men do end up getting divorced.
My guy is having the usual financial issues involved in a divorce..has kids to support and an unemployed wife and he is a very responsible guy and won't leave anyone stranded, but at the same time, the realist in me doesn't see the divorce happenening due to his obligations. Has anyone dated a separated man who did end up filing for and attaining his divorce and now you are happily together? Which is why most folks give separated or newly divorced folks a wide many Luck.
The only positive outcome I can see for this is for you to hold on to your heart until this man demonstrates a genuine desire and inclination to make himself available to be yours and yours alone. What's the reason she's unemployed and being supported in a grand lifestyle?
How old are the kids and is she a full-time mom, that may be very important to both of them, she may not be the milestone you are making her out to be. I know a man who looks like he's doing well but really it's his wife's money from her family that he lives on, so he's never going to leave her, just cheats on her.
I just can't stand the sad stories and the excuses Because they are not flakey, they are just "separated" but still tending to ALL the family affairs, right?