What some call baggage, others call vital experience.
Lastly, if your plan is to marry, the statistics are on the divorced dater’s side.
The NSFG cites a mere 10% chance of separation from a second marriage ending in divorce within year one!
For all the perks that come with dating the divorced, there are, of course, specific complications to consider.
As someone who’s been dating a divorcé for some time now, I can assure you that there are benefits to landing a man who’s signed a few more legal documents than the next guy.
First, the divorced have a proven track record of commitment.
I, for one, recommend a class at Babeland called The Art of the Blowjob.
What I’m getting at is that he will be duly grateful if you’re a badass in bed.
Most men appreciate a woman who knows what she’s doing in the sack, but the divorced ilk are positioned to be doubly grateful for your bedroom enthusiasm.
Right, disregarding the divorced set isn’t just silly -- it’s downright inefficient.
According to the National Survey for Family Growth (NSFG), the chances that a separation from a first marriage transitions to divorce is 53% within one year for women ages 15-44, and 86% within five years.