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When I was play-fighting with an ex, I jokingly said ‘watch yourself, look at my guns’, to which he replied ‘Yeah, well, I could still f*cking rape you.’ I’d love to tell you I broke up with him on the spot, but I didn’t. You should both be floating around in a ridiculous cloud of flirty texts, lost weekends and general cuteness.
If they act like it’s a chore to see you at this point, they’ll definitely think it’s a chore when the honeymoon period is over.
Pay Attention to What He Does, Not What He Says You'll be watching a man's behavior rather than listening for anything specific he might say.
It's true these points are generalizations about a guy's readiness, but if several start to pop up you probably need to rethink the wisdom of being involved with him.1) Talks About His Ex Frequently If a man talks a lot about his ex, whether he was married to her or not, that's a sure sign he's still attached at some level and he's not ready.
It doesn't matter if he remembers the good things or spends time complaining, he is still expending energy in her direction. If you don't meet them, you don't have access to some very important data.
Togetherness is wonderful, but be wary of too much of a good thing.
Sometimes divorced men thrive on "poor me" sympathy extended by family and friends.
If he tells people about your relationship, he could lose these benefits.
I was dating a divorced man with 3 children, he's 10 years older than I. But why wouldn't he want me included in ALL of his life, makes no sense. He started working a lot of overtime and started staying less nights with me. By this time it's been 6 hours, he can't still be there, right? Both unfortunate and fortunately, I pulled up at the same time I saw him and another woman walking out together. I couldn't be around the kids/family because he didn't really see us as a serious couple. The children were allowed to run wild at my house and that was perfectly acceptable to their father. I"m a mother too (was a single mom) and know that letting your kids rule the roost is no way to run a household.
I'm here to tell you, I wasted 8 months of my life on this man. He had never felt so in love in his life, like we were meant to be. However, I was unhappy with the fact that I couldn't have anything to do with his children and when I brought the subject up, I never really got a reason on why. Suddenly I had this overwhelming, heart-wrenching feeling to go to that bar. I'd love to help women bust the sorry SOB's that think they can have their cake and eat it too like they're God's gift to women. NEVER EVER get involved with a man who has a "previously enjoyed" family. I bought a house so he could be "closer to his kids" and the second we did the ex wife got even more restrictive with the children.
Pay attention to these red flags when you encounter them if you are serious about your long-term happiness and having a healthy, balanced relationship.