Dating and sex after divorce
Of course, I am not advocating being sexually irresponsible or practicing unsafe sex.
As a divorcee and travel coach, I have met women who are ashamed of their post-divorce, sexual journey. Women should embrace their sexuality, especially if their sex lives were non-existent in their marriage.I never thought I would be the hottest sex gossip, but then my post-divorce life was definitely anything but expected. I did something I had always considered unthinkable. Travel provided an international buffet of men and I was heaping up my plate and going back for seconds. At 33-years -old, I had already been married for just over nine years."Know that it's okay to be exactly who you are," says Erik Newton, a former divorce lawyer and the founder of Together, a magazine and podcast for couples."You've grown and changed; you're stronger and wiser, and, yes, you also have some wounds.I still get hot and bothered just thinking about him.
I quickly set my sights on seduction, suggesting we share a room, “to save money.” He definitely knew his way around down under.
I claimed what I wanted and disregarded what I didn’t.
I gave myself permission to make choices and not be attached to the outcome.
If it's been so long since you've been in the game that you still think Netflix and chill means watching Netflix and well, chilling, it's fair to fear the world of swiping right and left and up and down.
Yes, it can be disheartening to jump back in to the dating world; weren't you supposed to be done with this?
To get to that place of self-love, she recommends "looking yourself in the eyes (in a mirror) and telling yourself five things you love about you, like 'I love my smile' or 'I love how I make others feel safe.'"When you're ready, the first thing to do, says House, is to physically get out there – no one will know you're available to date if you're staying inside your house all the time!