If you have unresolved bitterness, lingering defensiveness or barriers around your heart, it will negatively affect your dating life.
Your emotional health shapes your habits, character, personality, finances, time management and life call; it essentially affects all that you are. Maybe it’s time to stop and spend some time reflecting on what went wrong.
It wreaks havoc on the heart and wounds you in places you didn’t know could hurt.
So how can you make post-divorce dating—whether you're looking for a good time or a good (relationship-minded) man—less daunting?At the age of 44, I found myself once again single after a divorce and ready to start dating. So after some trepidation, I found myself cobbling together a profile on Bush (the elder) was in office and college provided all the men I needed to choose from.Instead, "it's usually clear when you're not ready," says Susan Pease Gadoua, a therapist and author of .That is, "when the very idea turns you off." But you can decide that you're ready to at least try.