Most divorced men are never truly rid of the ex wives. They most likely have joints assets and even after the divorce, they are still connected in some sort of realm.They share custody of children and so chances are they communicate regularly, whether the divorce ended bitterly or smoothly.To them, you are a spare wheel, a distraction, an amusement toy for their friend.The Other Woman – That is your name when you date a divorced man.When it comes to dating, we all know what a struggle it is to find that perfect partner. You have all the necessary equipments to take you through the dating stage.
Even if you met him after he divorced, in the eyes of everyone around you, you are the other woman.There will be occasions where they have to attend together such as birthdays for the kids, communions (if they are catholic), children's events like soccer game, competitions, weddings and to some extent family holidays.She may not be sharing a bed with him, but she still shares his life which means no matter how much you want it to just be two of you, it will always be three of you, regardless of whether she is in good or bad terms with him.That means 99% of people who date divorced men never make it to the finish line and here’s why. That means, no matter how pretty, smart, intelligent and perfect you are, his children will always be first in his life, especially if they are under 18 years old.You will constantly battle to be the pride and centre of his universe.It may feel right and your emotions may all be in the right places but in the long run you will be disappointed, hurt and in some extreme cases, you will suffer from severe depression.Countless studies by many researchers, relationship experts and other professionals have concluded that if you date a divorced man, you have less than 1% of maintaining a long term solid relationship.They will not friend you on Facebook, they won't follow you on Twitter or even bother to get to know you.Every time your man tries to invite them for a coffee, the will find every excuse in the book not to come and if they do come, you will feel their coldness towards you.At first this may seem okay to you but gradually you will get frustrated with their constant communication, even after he tells you they are only discussing the children.You will become paranoid and every time she texts, emails or calls, your veins will pop out of your brain.