If you've been divorced for just a few months, it's probably too soon to consider getting back together with your ex-husband.Emotions are likely to be running too high and wounds might still be fresh.Give yourself, and your ex, time to heal and evaluate.According to an article at Psychology Today.com, it's critical to take some time for yourselves before trying to reunite.Let's say you've rushed into a relationship with a guy and it blew up in your face, or it just sputtered and stalled like your Poppy's jalopy. If both parties are interested in going in for round 2, it speaks to the fact that there's something real between you that's worth exploring. They called off their engagement only to get back together soon after!Then some time passes, your paths cross and all you both can think is: "Why the hell aren't we together again? __The bad news__Someone wise (ok, she's my therapist) once said to me, "The best predictor of future behavior is past behavior." Patterns are patterns for a reason—they're hard to break.
There are times in life when, even if you're not sure whether Round Two with someone will work out, you've got to give it one more shot just so you know without a doubt whether you can or can't be happy together.
Dating an ex-spouse should not be simply a response to loneliness, matter of convenience and/or lack of alternatives.
Deciding to take such an unconventional step needs to be done carefully since there are many ramifications for children and friends.
Negative Relationship Patterns Negative relationship patterns are the reoccurring interactions that form the basis of ongoing complaints.
Married, single or somewhere in the middle, people break laws every day.