Are you aware of your role in the marriage’s demise?
And, have you made as much peace as possible with your ex and the divorce?
He recognized that by trying to always be the “good guy,” he let people take advantage of him.
He ignored the red flags in his relationships because he always wanted to see the best in people.
I’m in it to win it, not in it for a minute.” At this point, I hope you’ve done the "inside work" necessary to find a healthy relationship.
Maybe it’s your buddies from work, school, your family, neighbors or kids.I coach all of my clients through a “marriage map” exercise to create a road map of a partner that will make them happy, which is necessary to start picking the right people. Many women stare blankly at me when I ask this question, because they’ve been so busy taking care of everyone else around them that they’ve totally lost sight of what makes them happy.