Let’s cut to the chase: all of us divorced adults have had sex and most of us sex after divorce want sex. You’re the one who has to live inside your head and body, you’re the one who holds the gavel. To help you decide when or if you want to cross that line, here are six questions you may want to ask yourself. Are You Being Honest With Yourself About What You Want?
The last thing you need after walking through the bowels of Divorce Hell is to start emotionally reeling again. And if you think your yearning for sex is actually a yearning for a new relationship, you’ll be headed for heartache all over. Be as clear and honest with yourself as possible. And at the very least, if you decide to go ahead and take the leap, promise yourself you won’t beat yourself up it doesn’t turn out as planned. In casual sex relationships, partners often don’t know or want to know, everything about each other. You may not TOTALLY be in a place where you believe in yourself, but you must have some strong feelings of self-worth before beginning a no-strings-attached relationship. Are You Ok With the Possibility of Being Rejected?