Dating for newly divorced women
A divorced woman has to get re-accustomed to being the object of someone’s affections.
If you want her to notice you, you have to show her that you value her as a person.
Just be ever-vigilant and watch for any signs that may indicate it's time to back off. You go to Disneyland and you get on the first ride.
But do you think she's going to stop with the first ride? If you're around when that happens, she'll hit your ride, too. All you have to do is maintain your sanity, which I guarantee you, my friend, will be no easy task.
If you have to bite your tongue until it bleeds, don't do it.
Don't reveal your true feelings, and whatever you do, DO NOT tell her you love her.
She's going to want to hit all the rides at Disneyland. You'll walk around with your stomach balled up in knots every time you think about her, but then, that's nothing new. Don't make her work TOO hard, but hard enough to feel as though she's accomplished something of value when she finally "wins" you.
But you won't be able to hold her, and it'll drive you crazy. Hold on too tight, appear to care too much, and she'll be gone for good. At some point, she'll get through this phase and seek stability in her life. When it's over, you want her to recognize you as the one man who stood by her when her life was in turmoil. Make her do the work to establish the relationship.
Her distrust must be deconstructed, put in perspective.
While you always have to be respectful towards women, this is especially important here.
Only a heartless man would take advantage of a divorced woman and sneak out in the morning without leaving his number.
There are major factors at play here – especially in terms of emotional implications.
What to expect: the thing to understand is that a divorced woman is no ordinary hook-up. From that point on, she is either looking for Prince Charming, or is jaded.