Dating a separated man forums elucidating the genetic code
He said it had been over between them for a long time and they both knew they wanted out.
I began to realize it was not that mutual because at first he was still living with her in their house, although in a separate bedroom/ wing of the house.
(He was calling me nightly at 2, 3, 5 in the morning and leaving me voicemails saying he couldn't sleep, and asking me to meet with him to explain face to face why I didn't want to be with him anymore, and then he would cry and I would feel very bad and end up spending time with him so that he would not be so upset.) So this weekend he finally apologized and said he "got it" and he agrees.
But since then it's like he's been in denial, he's very happy and he continues to find things to talk to me about and ask me if I want to do things with him, AFTER I repeatedly told him I couldn't see him anymore until his divorce.
I would BET my house that his wife has no idea of 90% of the things he has told you.
His plaintive phone calls, more attempts to manipulate you, the attention at work like nothing is wrong, more attempts to manipulate you.
Even if he comes back to tell you they have filed, I would firstly demand a copy of the paperwork with the notary and dates on it AND then tell him that once its finalized, he can call you.
I would appreciate any advice from any one who has been in a similar situation or is just smarter than I am. I am 40 years old and let me share some hard earned experience with you.
Things could get worse at work, it wouldn't hurt to look around and see whats out there, even if things havne't really gotten to the boiling point yet.
There is a segment of the male population who can look a woman right in the eye and tell the most outrageous lies.
I'm 25 and I've been dating a 45 year old man at work for over 7 months.
When we first got involved he told me he was separated pending divorce, and that he and his wife of 15 years (they have no kids) had decided awhile ago to get divorced and that it was mutual.
I bet you would see a woman who has NO IDEA her marriage is over. I saw her the other day and she is still wearing her wedding/ engagement rings.