Dating after divorce pitfalls

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Whenever you feel that anger creeping back- stop, recognize it as useless, breathe it away, focus on the present, pray for your ex’s soul, and pray you can find some genuine forgiveness.

Jesus said it best: ‘Forgive them, for they know not what they do.’ Forgive, not for them, but for YOU.

Keep your guard up, trust your gut, don’t divulge too much personal information (or bank account info duh), and don’t meet online strangers in private settings.

Less sinister than the criminals out for your cash, are the on-liners that are simply too good to be true.

Maybe what’s really truly important to you now is different, and maybe your wants and needs in a partner have changed.

Surely, you’ve evolved- hopefully your divorce has taught you a thing or two.

Dating too eagerly early-on can lead to ‘settling’ and possibly another failed relationship. There are good ones out there, just as there are bad ones.

Just because you may have been married to real a P. Often, you’ll have to ‘kiss a lot of frogs’ to find the good ones.

Don’t be desperate, it isn’t an attractive quality anyhow.Hating your ex-apouse is almost addictive, it can become engrained, slowly poisoning your mind and body.The body can’t discern the difference between past or present hurt, so it simply hurts.Some online flirtations will materialize into real-life, in the flesh, dates.I guess this goes without saying, but there are a lot of shady characters out there, and the world-wide web is an excellent platform for criminals, cheaters, and evil scammers.

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