There’s also the possibility of meeting a guy who got married as a child (18-25), but got divorced by 30.
Let’s give him the benefit of the doubt and say he learned from that mistake, but he’s still not in the category of divorced guys we’re talking about here.
You had the balls (irony intended) to walk away from something that wasn’t working. And isn’t afraid to face some public scorn in the process. Maybe you’ve recognized that you’ve made a mistake–either in your own actions, or simply by marrying someone who was making a lot of mistakes.
You stood up and said, “No, I won’t stay in something that’s a lie.” And that means you have standards. And that’s incredibly valuable for your future partners in life, because you’re clearly humble enough to accept criticism and question yourself.7.
He’s already been where you are and likely has valuable insight into whatever current life crisis you might be experiencing.
With the higher likelihood that he has children to support and spend time with or a time-consuming job, his other obligations give you time for yourself.
Who find you much more interesting and inspiring for having a few kinks in your armor and some stories to tell.
Right.” Your bullshit detector is now iron-clad, and you realize you don’t always have to “stand by your man.” Because a lot of guys don’t deserve to be stood by.
You’ll be less likely to fall for bullshit more able to identify a true heart.9. You know what it’s like to watch love slip away, and you’re more able to keep it from happening again, to have the tough conversations that need to happen.
He’s already made many mistakes you haven't yet had the chance to do.
He’s put up with more BS than you have, yet he’s still ready for and open to new relationships.