Christian separated and dating

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If you want your new relationship to work out (whether just for the short term or, one day, as your second marriage), you want to start it from a trusting place.

If you lie at the start - saying you’re single or divorced rather than separated - it might turn into a much bigger deal when your new partner finally realizes the truth.

Then you'll know that it's a time where huge changes meet hope and excitement for the future.

To help separated singles find balance between what was and what will be, we’ve tracked down the best expert advice on the topic. Dating after divorce isn't always easy, but at least you have a clear, legal mandate to get back in the dating pool.

It’s ok to feel blue sometimes, it's ok to feel free and happy.

As long as you have the legal go-ahead, don't rush back into dating, and are honest when you do meet someone, chances are your feelings will become increasingly more stable and positive.

Until you’ve come to terms with who you are as a single, previously married person, you just don’t have the emotional availability to start something new. As Jackie Pilossoph (creator of the blog) told the Huffington Post, there are all sorts of distractions you can try.

Take up a new hobby, invite friends around, throw yourself into your career: the main thing is to work on being strong and happy by yourself, rather than trying to get that from someone new. Only date someone if things really are over with your ex You might have begun the process of cutting financial and domestic ties with your partner but as clinical therapist Sherry Amatenstein, LCSW advises, you’re not ready to date someone new until you’ve cut the emotional ties too.

For one thing, the concept of “dating” as we know it today is nowhere mentioned in the Bible.

You’ll be able to celebrate the new adventure that lies before you.

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Spend some time alone first Although you may have the legal and spousal go-ahead to try dating while separated, it’s not something you want to rush into.

Indeed, even if you can’t wait to find new love, dating a separation is only going to lead to more confusion and hurt.

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