First and foremost, I can’t say enough about the importance of maintaining (or developing) a positive “dating mindset.” This can be challenging for many women since the divorce process can be extremely difficult, often dragging on, taking a toll on every area of life – emotionally, financially, and physically.
Given this reality, it’s understandable that many women develop a negative attitude about romantic relationships.
You are now older, have a lot more responsibilities than you did in your early 20s, and may have children.
That said, there are a lot of positive things about “mature” dating.
” Clearly, I was not in touch with the fact that I was older (now in may 30s,) and so naturally, so was my dating pool!
I share this now with a light heart, because five years after my separation, I have “acclimatized” and have since happily dated middle-aged men, many of whom are divorced and have children.
It’s much easier to be open to a variety of high-quality men if you are more focused on character and how they treat you, rather than their age, height or bank accounts.
And so, as hard as it is to have a relationship end (even when it’s for good reasons) having the opportunity to date to find a new partner who may be a much better match can be a wonderful thing.
Depending on the nature of your divorce, and how much time has gone by, you may be more or less open to actively looking for love.
The most important thing is getting started, and here are my top five tips to help you date successfully.
This includes taking care of yourself inside and out so you feel your most attractive and confident.
In addition to taking care of your health by eating well, exercising, and sleeping sufficiently for example, taking care of our physical presentation is especially important during the dating process.