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A female friend of mine got divorced recently, and confessed to me how much she dreaded now having the “divorced” label hanging over her head as she re-entered the dating pool, like some modern day version of the scarlet letter. You took a swing at love, rather than just playing it safe on the sidelines.
That she, too, had failed to make it work, and men would recoil from her in disgust, running for the nearest 20-something as soon as possible. That’s an attractive trait to men looking for a worthy partner. You placed a bet in the lottery of life, and while it didn’t work out, you can dust yourself up and try again.
But I for one, think being divorced can actually be a stamp of awesomeness to we men willing to look past the stigma. Hell, even George Clooney couldn’t make his first marriage work. You know it’s better to be alone for the right reasons than with someone for the wrong.
I think this experience actually means you’re a cut above your never-been-married friends. And are maybe more willing to wait for the right guy than jump into something just to have a body next to you.
In the year 2000 I was happily married (for 13 years, together for 20) to my college sweetheart, with a lovely home and two young children.
His side: “I came home one day and my wife told me she didn’t want to be married anymore. If you're looking for something to do with your kids, (and they like the Cubs) this is an adorable play, and you can make a day of it in the city!
You stood up and said, “No, I won’t stay in something that’s a lie.” And that means you have standards. Right.” Your bullshit detector is now iron-clad, and you realize you don’t always have to “stand by your man.” Because a lot of guys don’t deserve to be stood by. Hell, maybe you can help us prevent us from losing our way, too, if we drift. Because you look wonderful when you walk down the street alone, unafraid, cool and confident. You’ve experienced a wider range of emotion in life, and have a deeper appreciation for the highs & lows. Who find you much more interesting and inspiring for having a few kinks in your armor and some stories to tell.
You’ll be less likely to fall for bullshit more able to identify a true heart. Or maybe you yourself realize you weren’t such a peach, yourself. When you sit at the bar with no one next to you, it doesn’t bother you a bit. Which makes us want to be next to you all the more. And maybe you’ll find one of us wanting to be by your side sooner than you think.
Yet even among my closest friends, I would experience "well-meaning" advice, words and comments that really stung.
Things that I myself might have said prior to my divorce, having no idea how powerful those seemingly innocent words could be: 1.
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You know that both parties have to commit to supporting each other and making compromises on a daily basis. Maybe you’ve recognized that you’ve made a mistake–either in your own actions, or simply by marrying someone who was making a lot of mistakes. Maybe you were the one who walked away, and now know what “Mr.