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One of the best things about dating someone who is divorced, is there are far less games. Overall, you won't ever be guessing how this person feels or where you stand, because this will almost always be forthcoming information.
Still, there are some things to be wary of, and just like everything else in life, timing is everything; it can play a larger factor when dating someone going through a divorce; even a couple of months can make all the difference in the world. In any relationship, you can't force someone to be ready for something when they're not, as frustrating as that is. But even they have some traits you should go ahead and just expect. There's a difference between being hurt and not ready to move on.
If you take only one thing away from this story, let it be this: If the timing is off, don't try to force it. Think of it this way, in every relationship, you eventually talk about exes — this one just may be a bit more, well, significant. Let he or she do the talking, listen attentively, and then do your best to move on from there.
They do not need a parent and likely will resent you for trying.
If they worry about you edging them out of time with their father, encourage them to spend time with him and welcome the kids and grandkids to come for visits.