10 surprising things divorced men have in common

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* Guest Post by Dr. Tyrone Childs

Many formally married guys share these similar traits —even before their relationships end.

Women might be interested in knowing the traits, especially since many guys share these reasons for marriages falling apart or divorcing.

Men might gain insight beyond having ex-wives and legal bills that’ll keep attorneys in silk ties for decades and learn the lesson freely offered by Dr. T. Childs and prevent joining the ‘loser’s club!’

1. THEY’RE SHOCKED.

That’s because about 70% of the time, it’s the wife who files for divorce. “Women often say, ‘I’ve been warning him for years.’ The husband responds, ‘But, I didn’t know she was serious!’

2. TECHNOLOGY TAKES PRECEDENCE OVER THEIR RELATIONSHIPS.

Ever see some guy yapping on his cell, ignoring his wife? Bad move! Not only are computers and cell phones disruptive, but if your husband always texts or e-mails you instead of calling, it usually ‘creates distance.’

3. THEY STOPPED WINING AND DINING MATES AFTER THE “I DO’S.”

Skipping date nights can hurt your marriage. Sadly, romantic evenings often fade out once careers and children get demanding but that shouldn’t stop you from etching out that ‘little’ sometime with each other.

4. A LACK OF WORK/LIFE BALANCE.

A guy who’s married to his career often fails at his real marriage since his wife takes a backseat.

5. A FEELING THAT “MY WIFE AND I GREW APART.”

Divorced men frequently say they developed new interests that their wives didn’t appreciate. As a result, they lose their connection.

6. A NEWFOUND APPRECIATION OF SEX.

That’s because their marriages didn’t include a lot of it, especially as the relationship deteriorated. These men usually swear they’ll never settle for sexual starvation again. 

7. THEY DO BOYISH THINGS WITH THEIR MONEY.

A sports car. Skydiving lessons. Divorced men do it all! Divorced ACARelationship.Com clients often say they felt constrained in their marriage, and typically go through a phase doing everything their ex-wife wouldn’t allow them to do.

8. A LONGING TO HEAR THEY’RE ATTRACTIVE.

Many divorced men were starved for compliments during their marriage. Often people forget to say nice things to each other like they did early on in the relationship.

9. DIFFICULTY EXPRESSING EMOTIONS.

Men in general and husbands especially need to share their innermost thoughts, but men are taught to suppress their emotions, since it’s not “manly.” This disconnect can create marriage problems according to Dr. T. Childs.

10. LINGERING AFFECTION AND GRATITUDE.

After years of venomous anger, corrosive conflict and even disdain for their former wives, you may be surprised to know that softer feelings of appreciation surface in divorced men, (Love last beyond divorce) revealed at ACARelationship.Com’s Star Members’ ‘69’ Encounter Workshop Retreat sessions.

Visit www.ACARelationship.Com or email drtchilds@gmail.com for a ‘free’ short, common sense lesson personal response for you to learn or gain insight into what you should do to avoid joining that ‘loser’s club and obtain a membership in the ACARelationship.Com’s course of study program and maintain your relationship flow!

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