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I didn't find it to be difficult. In fact it turned out to be easier than I expected. I was thinking it might take me a few years to find someone good, but it ended up happening much sooner than that.Why are you finding it difficult? Because you're not interested in the women that are available? Because you can't find any that are interested in you? Something else?In my case, my marriage had been bad for years before I finally (after several attempts at counseling that didn't help) decided it was time to leave, so I was already emotionally detached from her and completely over the relationship on the day I moved out. That probably made it easier for me to move on than if I still had strong feelings for her.If you didn't want to get divorced and she initiated it and you still have feelings for her, then I'm guessing it's hard because you haven't gotten over her emotionally yet. I suppose that if the age in your profile is correct (it shows 18-24 as your age range) and you're divorced that could be a deterrent to women that are looking for a long term relationship. At the age I was when I got divorced, pretty much everyone that's available and looking for a relationship has been married before so no one thinks that's a problem, but at 18-24 that's probably not common and might be seen as a negative.
Because you made a vow of forever... & for whatever reason your marriage didn't last... Jumping back in to dating from something so serious is hard for a lot of people.Maybe their are still feelings for your ex. Maybe you can't get over the fact that it didn't work...Maybe it left you bitter to the idea of dating in general... The possibilities of the why is endless and different depending on the person.
From personal experience, if she initiates it, it's hard because you haven't moved on yet. Even if there are interested women, it almost feels like cheating still. At your age though, I think that being divorced would count as a mark against you. Not very many people are divorced before their 30s. I only know a single individual personally in my whole life who was divorced by age 25. She did not get remarried until she was in her 30s. She found it difficult to date as well. She was one of the most beautiful and gorgeous women I had ever seen, and even she had problems in her 20s dating. There's a negative connotation surrounding divorce in your 20s.
A lot of divorced people have unresolved emotional issues but dating after a divorce can be fun too.
Because you have to start all over again the same thing with me but I was never married
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