Remember what you think and what you feel can sometimes be at odds, but it’s perfectly normal to feel some jealousy and even look for things to criticize in your ex’s new partner. Divorce is not entered into lightly, and you probably have valid reasons for the divorce.
And, if you've not moved on to a new relationship of your own, your jealousy may stem from the mere fact that they have. Keeping this in mind will help you to accept the changes that have come as a result and the confusing feelings you are having over your ex dating again.
Judges typically are concerned about affairs that they think caused the divorce. Although Peter and his wife lived in one of those states that pays attention to fault in divorce, Peter decided it was more important for him to be unhurried about divorce than to have a pristine record of no romantic involvement. Remember, there were a lot of things about your exspouse that were appealing at one time.
It’s just hard to attach too much blame to an affair that began several months after separation. At my suggestion he was going slow on his divorce, because neither he nor his wife was spending much money on lawyers, and his wife needed some time to adjust to the reality of divorce. Peter started dating again – nothing serious, but it took the pressure off. If you’re attracted to people who are different, that’s fine; just don’t feel that you can’t date someone who has anything in common with the person you once loved.
So now you’ve moved through most of the crud of divorce.
Remembering the negative aspects of your marriage can go a long way in helping alleviate any the unpleasant idea of him/her dating again. I’m sure you’ve heard that saying, “The best revenge is living well.” Well, it’s true!
By Tracy Achen If you are thinking about dating during divorce ... You may think that you are free to start a new relationship once the decision is made to separate or divorce.
But it is wise to hold off on the dating scene until after your divorce is finalized for a number of strategic, legal, and emotional reasons.
Whether the divorce was your idea or your spouse’s, most people find themselves experiencing negative emotions when their ex-spouse starts dating again. Here are 6 tips that will help you process those negative emotions: 1. You spent a large part of your life with this person, and during the years you were together, dating and married, you came to think of that person as YOUR significant other.
These are common questions you may ask yourself when your ex-spouse starts dating again.