Ready to Date after a Divorce or Bad Breakup? What NOT to do.
There are many situations leading to unexpected separations and/or loneliness after 5, 10, or 25 years of togetherness or marriage.
And I”m not implying these are mutually exclusive, although many marriages survive as much on partner separation as they do on togetherness.
Many of us, however, will go through either a bereavement-related loss, a mid-life breakup or a bad divorce somewhere in our 50s or 60s or 70s. In these scenarios, we may find ourselves exploring potential re-partnering and wondering where and when to start.
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(a) maximising positive interactions with potential mid-life partners, and
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