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But he hasn't dealt with the loss of losing his wife, and so I suffer with feeling "second best" all the time. And even then I would advise to be very cautious in the beginning, and heed warning signs (when they bring up the ex, things they did together, how great she is) because that proves that they are just not over it.
And it will prove to be a miserable existence for you.
I guess I'll just have to wait and see what happens. It always is when you date someone going through a divorce.
I just feel like this is really straining my patience; I try so hard to stay calm and be hopeful, but I feel like it's all in his hands and I have no say. I still haven't thrown in the towel, and yet all I have to go by is what he tells me.
I've been dating a co-worker for six months, and his divorce is (hopefully) being finalized in three days.I haven't formally met his children (he brought his son with him to work once when he was picking up his check, and introduced me as "a very good friend").He's told all of his siblings about me, but not his parents.He's been nothing but kind to me and goes out of his way to do things with me as often as he can, which is usually a couple times a week and Friday nights.
We're open with our relationship at work, and for the most part, people there are supportive.
That he and his lawyer were in court to file and he had stuff to sign and he talked to the judge the end of last month, that it was 1 or 2 weeks to work it's way through the court system.