What everyone is telling you (to beware) is probably correct. I married the first woman I dated after my divorce and never had any interest in anyone else for as long as she lived.We had a wonderful life together -- for her it was the rest of her life.Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I dated a newly divorced guy and it was a disaster from the get-go. From a first-hand perspective - when I was newly divorced, all I cared about was having fun and enjoying my new-found freedom.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. Most have so many other things (emotionally/mentally) they need to deal with first. The very last thing on my mind was a relationship with any kind of substance.There was one little problem, however, and that was that James already had a wife.
Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Again, he may have no bad intent, but you two are setting up something that isn't going to be healthy for either of you.^^^ This, with flying colors and streamers attached to it for extra emphasis at how correct it is.I'm getting married in two months and my fiance is divorced.If you're still single, you'll consider giving it another go.Right now you have given all your power away, are licking up his scraps and that unbalance of power is unhealthy in a relationship.
I met him a full year after the divorce was finalized, and they had actually separated about six months before they filed (something about counseling, followed by being unable to support the house, etc).