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Relationship advice for women dating divorced men
Your divorce is over and you are ready to get out there and start dating again.
He drives an expensive, fast fancy car, wears a rolex and expensive jewelry, clothing and other accessories. He appears nice enough, but conveniently avoids answering personal questions about himself. Another scenario could be that he crashes with various friends or lives with a couple of women.
He lavishes you at the finest of restaurants and is always bragging about how much money he has. He expects you to drive and never offers to pay for gas. He may say things like, “I am a jack of all trades,” “I make money in a variety of ways” or “It’s complicated.” Questions to ask yourself: What is he hiding? Questions to ask yourself: What are the circumstances? Does he have a solid plan to venture out on his own? Everything that comes out of his mouth has a negative aura about it.
Questions to ask yourself: What does he do for a living? Could he be pretending he is wealthy to impress you? He conveniently disappears when the check arrives and leaves you to pay. He tends to show up at your house every evening for dinner. He complains about his job, the economy, his childhood, his friends, his health and anything else that you can think of.
He never has anything good to say and bad mouths others consistently.
Questions to ask yourself: What are you waiting for? Why are you allowing his negativity to bring you down?
Do you feel sorry for him and want to “fix” his life? He tells you to wear his favorite color or certain types of clothing when going out on a date (or he buys you clothes to wear.) He tells you how and when to do everything.
He tells you that you are doing it the wrong way or that things you are interested in are stupid.
Questions to ask yourself: Does he get extremely angry if you do not follow through? Do you really want to be controlled by another person? He tells you that he sees you looking at other men.
He does not like you talking to other men – including your friend’s husbands or your brother’s friends.
He says that he wants you all to himself and does not like to share.