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Dating Parents - Part II

This is a continuation from my post Dating Parents – Part I.

After calming down, I said to Munch “Honey, we’re going out tonight with Mr. 877 more words

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Dating Parents - Part I

This is going to be a two part post because I have to tell ya’ll what’s going on and I don’t want it to drag out. 944 more words

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10 Expert Dating Tips After Divorce

Dating after divorce. Ah. When my ex and I first separated, it felt exciting to date and also, a bit like dodging bullets. While it wasn’t a whole new world — I had obviously dated before — it was still a new playing field and I came into dating differently this time, than I had before marriage. 145 more words

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Not too late for Sorry, I hope.

New Year, new chances, right? 

A chance to right wrongs, make new starts, be better.

Well, I am trying.

Case in point:  after checking the weather on my phone this morning, I perused a dating app and lo and behold there was the pic of a guy whom I’d met when I was first divorced. 1,103 more words

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Blueprints part 2


The profile … make the Mad Men proud!

The first awkward thing about online dating is creating the profile. Luckily, I know a thing or two about marketing, however, in lieu of “selling myself,” I choose to create the most genuine profile possible. 668 more words

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Blueprints part 1

When approaching a problem, it’s good to do a little critical thinking and a lot of research. At least, that’s my approach to problem-solving. The first step in solving the not-dying-alone problem was to decide who I would rather spend my golden year evenings in the porch rocking chair with. 781 more words

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On dating and rejection, or, Welcome to everyone’s problems

When a dude says he should head home at 8:30 on a summer Saturday night and he walked to meet you and there is literally a thunderstorm brewing, with lightning visible through the windows of the wine bar, you know you should probably just quit showering, festoon yourself in sweatpants made of sackcloth, and adopt eight cats. 1,680 more words

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