Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Join Date Jun Posts I'd really like to know the "rules" about dating while separated. BUT, is it OK to ask a man to say, a concert??? To do anything with a man,???? To have an outing together???? When does a "date" become a "date"???? Thank you for all the good advice. As many of you know, I am separated from my adulterous husband again nd time in the past year, and I have many friends, whom I'd love to do things with, some of which are men.
How should I look at this? In my heartache, I have considered looking on Catholic Match, etc. Join Date Oct Location Tatooine.
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Well, it feels like that. Remember you're still married until your marriage is annulled by the Church. You are not free to date until that happens. Why not go to the concert and do other activities with a group of people? That would be okay as long as you're not using the group activities to pursue one-on-one relationships with men.
In any event, I don't recommend Catholic Match. Before you send them any money, carefully read through their forums. They're mostly support forums for people who are going against Church teachings and urging others to do the same. It really surprised and disappointed me. The meaning of life is inherent in the connections we make to others through honor and obligation. Originally Posted by Ingrid.
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There are only two kinds of people in the end: I know you are feeling lonely and want the companionship you thought you would have at this point in your life but you need to be aware of all appearances. Even if you meant a night out strictly as friends with one of your male friends it could be used against you and look wrong. Not to mention that it could develop into something you are not ready for. Follow th ecourse of events laid out: As suggested go out with a group of friends.
May the Lord bless you and keep you safe. May His angels guide and protect you. May you always find your way home. I think it would not be right for you to date while things with your husband are not finalized. I think that is very important because that is fundamentally the decent thing to do. Can you go out with a man?
That depends, if you are able to be chaste, I think that is what it comes down to. I think the real question you need to ask yourself is, why would you wanna be alone with another man? I think you should go with your gut feeling, and not go on anything that you would think of as a date.
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I think that is what you should do. Take good care of yourself, Jesper. In , a delegation from Israel approached Archbishop Giovanni Montini the future Pope Paul VI to ask whether he would accept an award for his rescue work on behalf of Jews during the Holocaust. Montini declined, saying, "All I did was my duty. And besides I only acted upon orders from the Holy Father. Nobody deserves a medal for that. The draft DOS which my lawyer gave to me already had these clauses so it does seem like it was a 'standard' contract or it could be that majority of DOS contracts usually have these terms.
Makes sense since it 'protects' both parties. There were other clauses that we'd then chosen to add on or delete. But yes, both parties have agree to the terms stated in the contract. In my case, it also included the childcare and custody arrangement and anciliary matters and the understanding that after 3 years, if divorce were to occur, the terms should follow what is indicated in the DOS agreement. If those few clauses are in your DOS let them be.
If they are not there, don't worry too much about it. If you husband wants to take you to court for infidelity, it will hasten the divorce process, better still right? Thanks to all for your feedback. I don't want him to take me to court for committing adultery as I feel that would become a stigma on me.
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If those terms can be spelt out in the DOS, then at least he won't be able to turn against me if I started dating. The problem I am having now is he has very high ego and doesn't want others to look down at him. That's why I believe he would want to find ways to say that he is divorcing me because I committed adultery.
I don't have anyone at this point in time but I feel it is unfair for me that I can't start finding a new partner if we are separated. I don't want to end up waiting for 3 years to start a new relationship. You can also request your lawyer to indicate these conditions on the DOS Put it this way: If he wants to badmouth you to others, he doesn't need proof.
He can go around saying that you are a lesbian; you ran away from home many times; you curse his family, etc, etc, etc.
I don't see how the clauses can "protect" you if he's decided not to be a gentleman. I do see it differently. At least if the understanding that both parties are free to date have been 'formalised' and agreed by both sides in the form of a DOS, then even if he changes his mind subsequently and start making accusations, at least TS is vindicated.
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Yes, the charge of adultery can be viewed as an express route to divorce but u cant deny that most pple would not be comfortable with such a charge.. If your plan is to start anew, surely a divorce will be a better option? You know what, he doesn't need to sign the DOS if he doesn't want to. It's a private agreement between two willing parties. Will it stop you from wanting a physical separation by moving out or have him move out? But a DOS does have its benefits too.
At least it can help to protect her interest until the decision is made to file for divorce and it also sets a precedence for the divorce that may follow. It is an individual's choice whether a DOS is necessary at all.. If it makes her feel better to have a DOS signed and the terms laid out clearly, then why not?
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The only main problem here would be if the husband would not be agreeable to signing such a document. If he refuses to sign such a document, it doesn't mean that you need to halt your plans to separate and start restricting your lifestyle. I was living separately from my ex for several months before signing the DOS. If you can't take the stress related to separation, the divorce stigma can be worse.
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People may say nasty things about you surrounding your divorce or your divorcee status. What are you going to do, don't divorce? You really need to start learning how not to let people's words bother you or get you down. It's more impt to know the reason for leaving him yourself. Dun have to bother w what pple say. Even if he bad-mouth you, you know that you can stand upright.