Dating women going through divorce
If you become too over bearing you could lose her, it happens in relationships everyday. If you are looking at a life partner, then you can wait for her to finish her divorce issues.
I have been dating a wonderful woman for the past 5 months.
We are fantastic together and love each other very much.
The last thing I want is for her to feel like I'm pressuring her.
Maybe It's an issue with no answer, but I appreciate the wish of good luck. I commend her for being brave enough to put something on hold that is distracting her from dealing with difficult emotions.
Thank you all SO very much Hi, since she is going through a difficult time now you have to learn to respect her wishes and give her space.
I'm just not sure I want to set any timelines or ultimatums. If there are no children she files, he gets the papers, signs them and it is all over, easy breezy. If she loves you a divorce should be a joyous time, a new beginning, at least my two divorces were.The last thing I want is for her to feel like I'm pressuring her. There may be more here than meets the eye but I won't let my mind start racing until your reply.
Then you'll know that it's a time where huge changes meet hope and excitement for the future.How long will it take before she is ready for those functions again? I commend her for being brave enough to put something on hold that is distracting her from dealing with difficult emotions.Well, you can use this time to plan (since this is long-distance relationship) who will move where and when. I'm just not sure I want to set any timelines or ultimatums.You'd have a reason to be angry and feel abandoned if all the functions of your relationship - phone calls, video chats, etc - had stopped at short notice rather than being minimized.Give her plenty of time, but not all the time in the world, of course.If you stand back and do not pressure her then she will respect you more and stay in love with you.....