" No divorced guy wants to be asked these questions. All he knows is, he just got divorced and can only handle the present for right now. Let time pass and let him breathe and get to the future. Others are positive indicators that you are becoming involved with an abuser.The more “yes” answers, the more likely it is that you are dating an abuser.These words are usually said to rationalize something you know is wrong.
Some of them are indicators that the relationship may become abusive.
Being a divorced person for six years, I think I can paint a pretty accurate picture of some of the typical traits I see in divorced men.
Of course, I realize every man is unique, but these are just some features that I notice a lot. And they don't want to feel obligated to do anything!
They had promised themselves that nothing would happen, but the temptation and availability of time alone was too much to resist.
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