Dating Again After A Divorce

1. Time To Heal

Take a deep breath and make the choice to turn inward for a season. Reconciling with your exwife/husband – to emotionally put the relationship behind you – will be critical if you have aspirations of meeting a special friend. Remember for many singles it can be a red flag for a potential suitor if you are on heels of a divorce. No one wants to be exposed to unforeseen drama coming down the pike. If you dive in to a relationship too soon you could be setting yourself up for chaos.
2. Catch Up

If it has been 10+ years since you have been on the market, take the time to familiarize yourself with the do’s and don’ts of modern day dating. Social media and technology have put a new spin on dating and you will not want to feel like you are living in the stone ages around modern day dating etiquette.

3. Be Open

Stay open to internet dating and alternative ways of meeting great singles.  Remember there are millions of high quality singles on internet dating sites that are in a similar predicament as you are. Be clear and remember you get what you pay for. If you are trying to pinch pennies and go for the free sites you will likely come up short. Remember your $25 monthly investment will seem like a drop in the bucket when you meet the woman or man of your dreams. In short, don’t go cheap.

4. Hire A Dating Coach

Hiring a dating coach/strategist will keep you from spinning your wheels and learning from trial & error. Dating can waste an enormous amount of time and resources if you are out of touch with some of the unspoken nuances. Get the perspective you need so when you venture out you will be in an ideal space to attract a special friend. Remember, if you keep doing what you are doing your dating life will not change. To get more insights on how these tips may apply to you inquire at Karla@NineGPS.com for a private consultation. Stay optimistic!

© Copyright 2012 Karla Moore. All Rights Reserved.

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