Here are some of the basics to help you get clearer on his situation…And ultimately help you get clearer insight on whether or not this is a relationship where you want to go into deeper levels of commitment. We go into relationships with the best of intentions. But it can also be hurtful to the one who ends up being the transition person. I’m just suggesting that you understand their needs now may differ from their needs down the road. Sometimes, without anyone’s fault, we end up becoming a transition person. It can be very helpful to the one who is going through a divorce or mourning the loss of a loved one. Look Before You Leap Now, I am not here to discourage anyone from dating someone who may need a transition person, is going through a divorce, or suffering the loss of a loved one.Same goes for someone who’s not over their divorce and has beliefs that affect their ability to be committed.I personally know people who have gotten together while one party was separated, and in one case the wife refused to sign so they had to wait for it to lapse and got married as soon as it did a few years later, and in the other instances where it worked out, there was no faffing about with the divorce, Future Faking etc.In other words, what exactly is a separated man or divorced man?What are they going through, and what should you be concerned about if you’re in a relationship with a man who might be in a given stage of divorce or separation?
It would be handy if we could avoid the vulnerability that comes with doing the due diligence and taking appropriate action where needed.Believe me, he will likely react to the fact that you are dating by making your life hell during the divorce process.He may seek revenge to compensate for the anger, hurt, and embarrassment that he feels you have caused him.Unfortunately (or fortunately…depending on how you look at it), there is no simple mathematical equation, or test, or quiz that can predict whether or not your relationship will be a lasting success.Our life is an —not a foregone conclusion (and that’s a good thing! But the more aware you are of what, potentially, you’re getting into when you enter a relationship, the better you can mitigate your chances of heartbreak and relationship disaster.