People commit to each other and get married for all sorts of reasons.
I once met a guy, in an airport, who was in his fifties, and had already married and divorced six times!
Does he make quips about women and their intelligence or emotional “volatility”? Whatever his attitudes are, the important thing to note is, “do his attitudes match up with perspective?
” Refusing to Take Responsibility Divorce isn’t something that just happens overnight.
Perhaps he’s not yet ready to share his heart with another person.
His attention, even if it’s negative attention, is still preoccupied with his ex and their relationship.
It simply means they’ve been married and divorced, which could mean all sorts of things!
These include respecting others and having healthy emotional boundaries (knowing where one person ends and the other person begins).
Take note if your partner is: Badmouthing His Ex Sure, it can be pretty common for people to walk away from a bad breakup with a sour taste in their mouth.
Most emotionally healthy people who are going through a divorce will engage in a bit of self-reflection as they attempt to determine how they could have done things differently throughout the course of their relationship.
So if your partner is saying he’s completely blameless in his divorce or playing the victim, be curious as to why he is not taking responsibility for his own faults.