I want to share with other teammates out there who may be anxious or unsure about what to expect when you begin to date again. I really want to dispel some of the myths as well as offer encouragement. I truly believe that every encounter should either teach us something about ourselves, inspire us, or give us the opportunity to teach or inspire others. God is intentional and every meeting has purpose — whether it turns into a relationship or not.
Dating After Divorce
The Christian Woman’s Guide to Starting Over after Divorce: 7 In-Depth Steps
Dating after divorce for Christians is wrought with theological and emotional minefields. So before discussing dating tips for the newly divorced, let us express our simple views on what we feel the Bible teaches about divorce and remarriage. A future article will discuss this in depth. The bottom line is God hates divorce Mal. However, under certain circumstances where there has been unrepentant infidelity, the offended party may divorce and remarry. Of course, no one remarries without first going through a dating or courtship process.
Dating After Divorce: Preparing for a New Relationship
I am a 54 year old divorcee. I should have relationships and sex all figured out by now right? After all I am over half a century old with an adult son and a daughter in High School. However, what I thought I knew about life and marriage was completely upended a couple of years ago when my wife of 24 years at the time abandoned my daughter and me for an openly gay woman. Now that is exposed, I want to tell you where I am now and seek some prayerful wisdom.
Some believe that, once married, a person is never free to marry again unless their spouse dies — and no exceptions. And what about all that emotional baggage that comes with a divorce — once bitten, twice shy? This may well be true for some divorced folk.