Why does a Man Divorce his Wife and then Date her?

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Queen of Denial

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Oct 21, 2012
 

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Now my next question is why would a woman date her x knowing that he left for another woman? This makes no sense to me. Looking for comments.
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Queen of Denial wrote:
Now my next question is why would a woman date her x knowing that he left for another woman? This makes no sense to me. Looking for comments.
Because just maybe he/she knew in their heart another was not the answer ... Forgiveness is such a wonderful thing...
Queen of Denial

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Oct 21, 2012
 
clyde wrote:
<quoted text>Because just maybe he/she knew in their heart another was not the answer ... Forgiveness is such a wonderful thing...
Yes I hope this is true I just don't want to see her hurt again.
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Oct 21, 2012
 
Because they both realized that the grass is not greener especially when you only have half a fence. Couples share a past. No one else has that. It gets lonesome having to start from scratch on every date. You know their habits. I discovered how much I loved him after I divorced him. We will probably remarry if my mother will butt out!
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Oct 21, 2012
 
My parents divorced because my dad went out and found a girlfriend when I was 12. They were divorced for 6 years, never dated anyone but each other while apart....and that 6 th year, they remarried and stayed married, happily until my mother passed away.
Infidelity is not always the death knell for a relationship. But both parties have to be willing to work on it, recognize the things they did to contribute to the failure and correct them. Realizing you can't fix someone else, and that the first step many times is changing your own behavior, leads to change in your mate was life changing for both my parents when they remarried.
And outsiders need to butt out. All you'll do is lose your friend if they get back together.
stupid

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Oct 21, 2012
 
I was sick of my life so I left my wife. Guess what? I was still me and she loved me more than I did. Thank god they don't make divorce to easy because I knew I had made a mistake before we signed the papers and lost everything I had worked for. We are back together and working together on fixing our problems. Feels great to be back in my bed and in her arms. It ain't perfect but it beats anything out there.
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Oct 21, 2012
 
My husband & I have divorced. I do not want to date. Still wear my wedding bands to keep guys away. He is not dating because he would not enjoy anyone who would date him. We are both lonesome but his ego stops him from seeing me. I miss sex and can not imagine getting in bed with another man. Would I date him? Maybe. We have both changed and it might work.
Queen of Denial

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Oct 21, 2012
 
All of your comments have a valid point. My take on this issue is. He does still see the other woman the one she never knew about and still does not know about. I've watched him through 2 different divorces and he always returns to the same woman. Now my question is. Why does he always go back to the other woman? Let me set the record straight it's not me. My husband and I have been friends with him through both marriages. I've never have met the other woman she always seems to get his life straight and he goes on. What's up with this man?
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Oct 21, 2012
 
The woman my husband still won't admit he left me over is dating her ex husband. Never did do more than flirt with my poor ex and was never going to do more. I feel a bit sorry for the dumb lug. Don't know if I would take him back or not. I still love him but I have seen a cruel streak I did not like.
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Oct 21, 2012
 

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When my ex and I divorced he wanted to still 'date'. I told him he was crazy. We couldn't make it work while we were married so what was the difference then? Six years later he's remarried to a controlling psycho and I'm single and loving life. He made me miserable and brought me down all the time. I would never go back to that ever!!
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Oct 21, 2012
 
i had an erection for 3 hours and 59 minutes
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#14
Oct 21, 2012
 
My soon to be ex hubby fancied he had the woman of his dreams all lined up. He left me when she filed for divorce. He didn't really know her and had made her perfect in his mind. She isn't. She is shallow and rather dumb. Well guess what? She is back with her ex ( no one is supposed to know). We are still married and I wouldn't have him back so....he looses all the way around. Our children and both sets of parents have washed their hands of him. I get the house, the car and most of the money. Hope he learned something. I knew he was making himself miserable over her and gave him every opportunity to get over it. He can live with his dreams now.
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Oct 22, 2012
 
What abot that other woman. She must have some hot stuff why dont he just stay with her sounds like to me he always has a piece of her cake waiting on him when he gets hungry for more sugar.
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Oct 22, 2012
 
Love doesn't just go away.
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Oct 22, 2012
 
not logged in wrote:
My parents divorced because my dad went out and found a girlfriend when I was 12. They were divorced for 6 years, never dated anyone but each other while apart....and that 6 th year, they remarried and stayed married, happily until my mother passed away.
Infidelity is not always the death knell for a relationship. But both parties have to be willing to work on it, recognize the things they did to contribute to the failure and correct them. Realizing you can't fix someone else, and that the first step many times is changing your own behavior, leads to change in your mate was life changing for both my parents when they remarried.
And outsiders need to butt out. All you'll do is lose your friend if they get back together.
buddy as they say in the hood you aint never lieing if more people would stop and think for a minute what the real problem in a marriage is they might save it befor they split. good job
Hot Rod

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Oct 22, 2012
 
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Love doesn't just go away.
which 1 does he love
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Oct 22, 2012
 
Hot Rod wrote:
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which 1 does he love
. I was referring to me still loving my ex.
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Oct 22, 2012
 
Lol, obviously not me posting. I live between a couple of very old very genteel ladies. I really don't know when I might be ready for sex again. He is the only man I have ever slept with and its a bit scary to think about.
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Oct 22, 2012
 
wife wrote:
I've been going out to the Eagles club and I
have met some really nice guys. Actually one stayed all night friday night, and I cooked his breakfast.
wow i bet you put the stinky on his dinky,if you cooked him breakfast.lol
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Oct 22, 2012
 
Hot Rod wrote:
<quoted text>which 1 does he love
He Loves both of them. He want make a commitment to the one he never married but he always finds his way back to her. I don't know why she would allow him back unless maybe a child is involved. Go figure I'm sure this could be flipped and it be a Woman instead of a Man

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