Books about dating after divorce
For example, "I'm going to have dinner with a man/woman that I met at work.We're going to talk for a few hours after dinner and then I'll be home. Chances are good that he or she already has a good idea of what dating is all about! For example, "I'm going out on a date with (person's name) on Friday.Obviously the time needed to heal is different for everyone.
Know yourself, know your children and ask yourself this key question: Is this a decision I think is best for my children, or am I reacting out of guilt or fear?
If your answer is the latter, you may want to address these powerful and often destructive emotions before making a final decision about dating after divorce.
The books here are those that I know to be of high quality and generally useful for most people going through divorce. Less than 100 pages long, this book focuses on the esoteric (maintaining spiritual health through communing with nature) and the eminently practical (exactly what utensils you need to start over again in the kitchen).
A book doesn’t make it to this page unless I’ve read it cover to cover and believe it to be solid and broadly applicable. Senn is a veteran of divorce who speaks frankly of her own journey from her role as “Mother-and-Savior-of-Everyone” (her words) to a person enjoying “the most amazingly full and rewarding life I could ever have imagined.” Good reading.
What you say to your children when you begin dating after your divorce will depend largely on their age. You'll be in bed when I get home."With school-age children (6-10) you can begin to provide more information.