Have they been able to forgive (or are they at least working on it)? What have they learned from the experience, and what would they do differently in a future relationship? How do they plan to protect any future marriage from infidelity? If they have children, can you embrace them as part of the ‘package’?Are you prepared for their children to be suspicious and resentful of you, at least to start with? If you’re divorced yourself, what advice would you give to others?(You can read the full grisly story in my book, Would Like To Meet). Are they rushing to fill the gap left by their spouse, or do they seem genuinely ready to move on? Have they worked through the trauma of their divorce?
Most of the divorcés I met actually had less baggage and fewer hang-ups than some of the ‘forever singles’!Would Like To Meet by Hopeful Girl is packed with funny and moving stories from the Christian dating scene.To buy the book (in paperback or Kindle) or download a free sampler, visit ‘Don’t worry, Hopeful Girl, you’ll meet someone soon – the divorcés are coming back onto the market every day! There’s something to look forward to.’ Divorce is a touchy subject for Christians. ‘Divorce, broken families and shattered dreams – and me picking through the carnage. Welcome to the simplest online dating site to date, flirt, or just chat with Christian singles.It's free to register, view photos, and send messages to single Christian men and women in your area!Trying to immediately fill the gap left by an ex-spouse is rarely a recipe for a healthy relationship.I’d need to be sure my potential partner had taken time to heal, and was truly ready to move on.Plus another woman had already put in the work on their domestic training!🙂 Of course, if I were considering a relationship with a divorcé, I’d need to know exactly why his marriage ended.