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I even skipped grad school class to go on the date. There are many possible reasons people have issues with dating someone who is separated—not officially divorced: Here is how I feel: A piece of paper does not change what could happen with a divorced couple.

Separated But Not Divorced: Should You Date Him?

It all has to Dating for separated people with emotions-not legal documents. They might not be mentally ready for a relationship for years. Or, they might peopls the type of person who enjoys monogamy and is ready right away-from Datijg on in the separation. You have no idea what their life has been like. Maybe the person has been separated for 5 years and has felt alone and has been healing, and is now sepaeated for a relationship. Now, one would think I would be totally against dating someone who is separated and not divorced yet, basically because I have done it a few times, and one time I got sepafated badly burned.

A guy I was seeing who was separated—not divorced was still sleeping with his ex. I found out years later, but it still hurt like hell. That said, I still feel like dating someone who is separated is no worse than dating someone who is recently divorced or for that matter, divorced. The thing is, every divorce story is different, every situation unique. I think that people later in life make commitments of the heart, and whether or not they are monogamous has nothing to do with a divorce decree. He is going to be officially divorced in September, so what is the difference in one month?

During the next 30 days is he going to all of a sudden become ready to date? The guy has been legally divorced for seven years and his ex wife was living with someone for the past two. The ex wife and the guy broke up, and now the ex wife is trying to get back together with my friend's boyfriend -- after seven years of having a divorce decree! I also have a friend who was married to a guy for six years. They have been officially divorced for five years. A year ago, the two got back together and are now just dating but madly in love again and will probably get married again.

The point is, every situation is unique. The person hasn't gone through those feelings you go through when your divorce is final. That's true, but who cares? My opinion is that for most people, by the time their divorce is final, they've been checked out for so long, that the only thing you feel is relief, finality and perhaps a little sadness, which lasts for about a day and a half. In closing, if you are dating someone who isn't divorced yet, here's my advice.

Trust your gut, be honest with yourself, and be honest with the person. Talk to him or her about it. You will know which category the person falls into: And that separayed be someone who has been separated for peoplr year or 10 years. I know men and women who have been divorced for several years but you'd think they just got separated last week. Because they are still so bitter and angry and can't let it go. They are consumed by the resentment and anger and hate for their ex. Even certain people who get remarried still act this way! Again, trust your gut. Be honest with yourself.

Communicate with the person. You will know if it feels right to be with him or her. Jackie Pilossoph is the author of the blog, Divorced Girl Smiling. Pilossoph is a weekly business features reporter and columnist for Sun-Times Media.