When I say ‘older gentleman’ what I’m actually saying is, someone who has been single for a long time, fairly well established, does not have kids, and would not mind an ‘instant family.’
There are persons of your age and perhaps that like your former that fall into that category, but not as much as with an older person.
10-to-15 years older. . .
Thnk you for stopping by my shout-box.
And thank you for the compliment.
Okay. . .
I will say to you what I have said to my friend, who is also divorced with children:
It is good to remain single for a few years before you give thought to a relationship.
The reason I say this is because, when we become involved with a relationship right after we have gotton out of one, we tend to bring in the dynamics of the former relationship into the new one.
It takes a while, even after you are legally divorced to seperate the other half of the person from your being.
What happens if you become involved too quickly (in a new relationship), is you bring in the old pattern and (also) the ‘other person’ is still mentally with you. It makes the new relationship difficult. Especially if both people are newly rebounded.
You might catch yourself treating your new mate like the old - your new mate might treat you like his ex.
You get the idea.
But to directly answer your question, yes, you can find a good honest man when you are divorced with children. However, you may be looking to become involved with an older gentleman.