Dating newly separated women
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I helped her through the “breakup,” her separation, helping her negotiate a property settlement, and even paying for her attorney. I always said I did not want to have a fling with her and ruin our incredible friendship, and that if we dated, I did not want to be her first, but rather her last first date.
I told her that I truly desired a relationship whereby we actively supported, encouraged, and motivated to bring out the best in each other.
What followed was 8 months of fun, closeness, and me, after 5 years of healing from a bitter divorce of a 12 year marriage, feeling loved like I had never been previously loved. who to officiate, who would be invited, where, when, how, etc. Multiple mutual friends cornered her and told her she should date me.
One friend told me she had never seen Miss X so happy, and thanked me for bringing such joy to Miss X’s life.
It seems like she definitely took advantage of your feelings and generosity.One night we talked on the phone until 3 in the morning about seemingly everything about our lives. One night shortly after she separated, she was overwhelmed with single motherhood, and I came over with a bottle of wine and some small fun gifts to cheer her up, and she made her move on me.Her fears of no physical chemistry were quickly put at ease. On her own she professed her love for me to my parents, as I took her children for ice cream.I thought maybe if I got a savvy woman’s perspective, it would be beneficial.I developed a very close and strictly platonic relationship with a Mom from one of my children’s athletic teams.
It was truly a multi-dimensional and completely above board relationship. However, one day she told me she was having an affair and that she was splitting from her husband.