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He was having a good time talking to the “divorced lady.” He walked me to my car and then asked if he could get in.“Uh…sure…” I said, seriously still not getting the fact that he liked me. We kissed for a long time and then he asked me for my phone number.It just feels so right, like a happy, healthy and loving relationship. You could be my ex's new partner (apart from the fact they moved in together after about 2 months).I am however acutely aware of the stigma surrounding dating someone so fresh out of a marriage. They met about 3 weeks after he moved out of the family home.Rationally I think it is madness and I can see a million objective reasons why it should not work. I keep expecting he will wake up one day, freak out and change his mind about our relationship, even though he gives me zero reason to doubt his feelings. What is it with people that they have to question and analyse everything. Still together and seem happy from what I can tell.He hasn't expressed one single doubt about wanting to be with me. I'll admit I thought it was a rebound thing but seems like I was wrong.He had moved out from FH 3 weeks before meeting me. He asked me out and I accepted, thinking that it would be just a fun fling and nothing more, given his circumstances (mutual split from wife of 20 years with DC after years of dead marriage and growing apart).I fully expected it to fizzle out within a couple of weeks.
I have met a few friends of his and he has met mine, we are planning on going away on a weekend break in the Autumn.When I was recently separated, I was sitting around one night and I got a call from a friend of mine, asking me to meet her, her husband and “some of his work buddies” at a local bar. I walked out the door in a pair of jeans that I probably couldn’t get one leg into today, and a sleeveless top that showed off my slim (at the time) arms.My kids were on vacation with my ex, so I had no child care issues. When I walked into the bar, my friend came rushing over to me.He did call and we ended up dating for a few months. Jackie Pilossoph is the creator and Editor-In-Chief of Divorced Girl Smiling.But, had he decided never to call me again, the mold had already been broken. The author of the novels, Divorced Girl Smiling and Free Gift With Purchase, Pilossoph also writes the weekly dating and relationships advice column, “Love Essentially”, published in the Chicago Tribune Pioneer Press and the Chicago Tribune online.
He was not attractive, and I felt like he approached me because he was curious to talk to “the divorced girl.” A few minutes later, another man approached me.