Hey man, going through a divorce can be one of the most difficult challenges you will ever face.We know that because we’ve been there and felt the pain that comes with it.And as with any loss, big or small, time is needed to grieve and to reassess who you are, where you've been and where God wants you to go.Healing is also necessary to follow God's command to" do unto others what you would have them do unto you," (Matthew ).It is extremely tempting and flattering after your divorce, when the hot guy at the office offers you his shoulder to cry on, or the divorced soccer mom thinks you need to get out and have fun, as a now single divorced dad.Which is some ways is great, and yes surround your self with people, who are kind and compliment you, and make you in some way feel better, however do not allow yourself, to become a kind of victim, of others, motives and agendas.
This is a faulty belief system we all at times are guilty of.
I think it is awfully tempting, to want to jump back in the saddle both sexually, and emotionally, immediately, as a kind of reward for your new found "freedom".
That feeling of, hey I can date, I am single, I can have a different date every night of the week, "yippee", mentality. The problem with this theory is that like many things in life, fantasy of single life is often far, far, removed from the reality of single life.
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