Karla's passion is to help people find freedom in Christ in the midst of their difficult relationships and circumstances through Biblical truths and practical tools.
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If you want your new relationship to work out (whether just for the short term or, one day, as your second marriage), you want to start it from a trusting place.
If you lie at the start - saying you’re single or divorced rather than separated - it might turn into a much bigger deal when your new partner finally realizes the truth.
Far better to be upfront about your relationship status and your relationship intentions, and let this new person fall for the real you. Allow yourself to feel your feelings – whatever they are Jackie Pilossoph describes the process of divorce as ‘’a roller coaster of highs and lows’’ and dating while separated is no exception.