They fear that dad will stop loving them if he loves someone else.They may be used to having dad all to themselves on their weekends with him (or at home if he is the custodial parent) and may worry about being replaced or alone.Remember, the kids are usually the innocent victims in a broken marriage and family, and it is our first responsibility to meet their needs and take care of them.
Those who cannot won't be as available or as giving as other men, emotionally or otherwise, but still want support, attention, and sex.If you meet a cute divorced guy, be on the lookout for the following Red Flags: , divorce can devastate a man both financially and emotionally.Many divorced men begin dating long before they’re finished grieving, and you don’t want to be his rebound or wind up with a guy who can’t give you what you need.A divorced man should keep his mentions of the ex to a bare minimum, such as “my ex and I share custody of our son.” If he doesn’t, it may be time to move on.
If things work out with him, you will have ample time to share your pasts. He’s Working Through Stuff Divorced men may have a lot on their minds, including any unresolved grief, financial concerns, being a single parent, and generally trying to rebuild their lives.
In other words, they may have little to offer if you're looking for more than casual dating.