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And by intimacy, I don't mean just sex, but also that close connection with another person, physically and emotionally. My oldest son (smart kid) is suggesting a separation, I don't know, I am OK with it but still on the fence, my stbx, has not been approached yet but will be soon about trying separation; I doubt she will go for that but who knows. We battled cancer last year (her cancer) and it took 13 months from illness to diagnoses to treatment; I was with her every moment of it, a multitude of doctors and painful tests and I was drained.But I figured I'd spend quite a bit more time re-discovering myself after separating, and I'm really not doing that right now... The reason I posted this on here is because I am trying to get a sense of the term "separation" and all the challanges that go with it vs. All the sadness I had from that event has left me with no more tears left. And to be honest, a decent person doesn't seem to want to date a married person....matter what the circumstances are. And it is now biting him in the butt on divorce proceedings.We are both in similar situations in terms of exiting relationships, and were looking for someone to hang out with.
"By Straight Male Friend Marcus Osborne for Gal Believe what you hear, divorce is hard. Multiply that agony by ten if there are children involved. Related: Dating After Divorce-- Get Your Mojo Back The oddity is that often during a separation the parties agree to be open to seeing other people, even though the door is supposedly open for reconciliation. Do you tell people you're dating that you're just separated?
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OK, I need some advice from the good folks on here that may have some experience with this.
We know that we're both in rebound relationships, after long marriages. Oh, and I do suspect that if my wife found out I was seeing someone, our separation would turn from amicable to something considerably less than friendly. I am so new to this (or I am naive about trust and love) that I don't see the difference between separation and divorce if the intent of one party is never to go back.
The odds of us making this succeed is probably not that good, so we're just trying to enjoy the minute. So I'm telling very few people, and trying to keep things as quiet as possible. It seems like a waste of valuable time to me especially at my age of 50; "in Limbo" as others have posted. Thank you Jelly Beans and PBear ^ Who wants the separation? It may help you to know that Pbear and I have some similarities in our stories and not in others: the main difference is he was done with his marriage upon separating from his wife and wanted to end the marriage whereas my separation was very traumatic.
I am just curious; I don't have opinion either way so I would welcome some free advice. Unless you're hoping to reconcile, the only thing I see coming out of this is bad things.