There are some external, logistical reasons why middle marriages happen, certainly. A person might feel relief at the thought of sharing a home or having a second income supporting the family. Maybe the idea of assistance in child-rearing or household work is extremely appealing.
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No, I’m not dating or looking to date. If I happen to meet someone out there in the big wide world, that’s great! Until then, I’m happy with keeping my TV remote to myself.
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In the past, you met someone, started dating, and a relationship with commitment followed. Nowadays, it seems that there seems to be a problem of non-commitment in relationships after divorce.
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The chance of a rebound relationship having long-term potential is slim because it will take time for you to heal from your breakup so that you don’t bring baggage into your new relationship.
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Worried about dating after divorce? If so, we have a few tips for you!
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Predatory men and women like nothing better than to come between someone and their new love interest. Here’s how to recognize a predator.
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