There is such a difference between what is available for men and woman.
What I find most interesting at this point is the whole dating scene.
After the divorce, when she is in the midst of her new single life, one of the most helpful things a woman can do is evaluate her own self worth and determine what qualities she desires in a mate.
She must also determine what she does not want in a mate.
Your divorce is over and you are ready to get out there and start dating again.
You are both excited about the possibilities and terrified that you will find a loser.
Questions to ask yourself: Does he get extremely angry if you do not follow through? Do you really want to be controlled by another person? He tells you that he sees you looking at other men.
He may also be jealous of the time you spend with your family, friends or children. You have made plans for him to meet your family or friends a few times.
Questions to ask yourself: Does he have a reason to be jealous? At the last minute he always cancels because “something came up.” He gives you hundreds of excuses as to why he is afraid to meet them or cannot meet them.
Chances are you will meet some wonderful – and not so wonderful – men during your journey. He admits to having several children with various women. (especially if there are young children involved.) Dating Red Flag #5 – Where Does He Live?
Your responsibility is to know exactly what you want in a man and to keep your eyes open for potential red flags. He spends money frivolously and likes to flash wads of money. You have been dating for a month or two and he has yet to articulate what he does for a living. Questions to ask yourself: Were the mama’s pregnant at the same time? You just find out the man you have been dating is living with his mom or in his sister’s basement.