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The whole thing is a blend of urbanity and realness, with a dash of dork. Love is natural, primal — a gift from God, if you’re the religious sort. )In addition, I have joined Match.com, the website which has “led to more dates, relationships and marriages than any other app or dating site,” according to its propagan . The pictures are recent (and of me), every question is answered, and my spelling and grammar rock. For centuries, marriage had nothing to do with love, and even now, marriages begin in love, but they don’t equal it.Its just my own personal code of ethics and conduct that drive me. Doesnt matter if they are separated, going through a divorce, on vacation, have a "hall pass", etc.Being married means they are off the market and not dateable. Or dead last in encouraging safe sex.)I think my profile will get some attention. They seem to be following a social script that demands that divorcing people, especially men, stay alone for a looooooong time. All it means is that my marriage license hasn’t received its sell-by date. (Another fact from the page: “More than 1 million babies have been ‘made’ by Match connections,” meaning the site really #1 in marriages. Smoking is also a deal breaker, responsible for a tenfold drop in interest. I suspect relationship status is another dealbreaker. Women who don’t select CS aren’t cruel, just misinformed. The confusion is that CS is a physico-legal status, not an emotional one.Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum.
What I am getting to: those who are divorcing (particularly after long-term marriages) are in NO CONDITION EMOTIONALLY TO HAVE ANY TYPE OF DATING/SERIOUS RELATIONSHIP.
I’m fine with women who are separated, but they don’t seem fine with me. — only to go silent when I see she has limited her interests to men who are single, divorced, or widowed. I can’t think of any other human endeavor where death is preferable to “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.”So I’m “currently separated” (hereinafter, CS), and it’s costing me dates. Or I can live by myself and feel happy and fulfilled, two conditions that make me ripe for any relationship. Conflict, then, is an asset, one we under-appreciate.
It is relationship perdition, a nuptial netherworld, a dating demilitarized zone. I can share a house with my wife and be lonely as a ghost. The rancor scabs over the hurt, allowing us to live to the next day, and the day after that, et cetera.
Men really love to use you as a sexual band-aid during the divorce process, and if there was any infidelity on the wife's part even more so.
I had to learn this lesson the hard way, and I suspect the OP will have to learn this the hard way too.