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Dating and not legally separated
On the other hand, you’re still legally married and some ties are still there.
Before you can move on to a new relationship, you need to let go of the old one. Just let it run its natural course and do plenty to nurture yourself as you move forward. On the other hand, if you’re finding reasons to let things drag on, it could be that you’re finding excuses to hold back. If you’re on the rebound, you’re more likely to make bad decisions or get into relationships for all the wrong reasons.
It’s normal to feel lonely and vulnerable after a divorce, but that isn’t a reason to rush into a new relationship. If you’re just looking for someone to fill the gap left by your ex, you won’t make the best choices for yourself.
A man who is freshly out of a dead marriage may be highly tempted to sow his oats for a while, or, at the very least, not settle into domestic bliss so soon after his separation.
As I’ve said before, there’s a difference between being ready to date and being ready for a relationship.
To answer your question directly: no, it would not be that bad if you dated a woman and it didn’t work out.
Contrary to what some might say, that’s called “dating”. The issue is that most women don’t want to get emotionally involved with someone who could be considered high-risk.They had originally started dating in 2004 after working together in the films Pearl Harbor (2001) and Daredevil (2003).I filed with the court a legal separation and divorce decree at the same time.That’s the risky part of making yourself vulnerable, even though you know, full well, that 99% of relationships that get started don’t end up at the altar. Or go out of your way to find a woman who is recently separated or divorced, just like you. Just be totally upfront about where you are emotionally, and let her decide.Sounds to me, Pat, like you’re a decent man who might not even be fully aware of what your needs are. I’ve had terrible experiences dating a separated man who wasn’t ready to date — but it wasn’t his fault (entirely).You can’t date until you’re both sure it’s over and you’re not harboring a secret desire to get back together. You need some time and space to fall in love with yourself again first and foremost.You might not want to talk to your ex about your current dating plans, but if you’re not divorced yet it’s the most honest thing to do. Factor in a little pamper time or even a weekend break here and there to give yourself time to heal. If you’re still hoping to get back together with your partner, or still dealing with a lot of sadness and bitterness surrounding the separation, you’re not ready yet. It’s a huge step, and it’s only natural to feel some hesitation.Adding that: 'We get along really well and it's not an issue.We are friends; we can manage it.'Jennifer and Ben separated in June 2015 but officially filed for divorce in April 2017.I was the one who ignored all the obvious signs he wasn’t ready.Now when I date a divorced/separated guy, I listen carefully to find out where he is emotionally.