He doesn’t have a space issue He’s over his bachelor mentality.
He won’t freak out if you leave a toothbrush at his place, or bring over some books to read while he is working.
Navigating the choppy waters of the dating pool is difficult enough, but in today’s complicated world, people come with more baggage than ever.
For women, pursuing romance after a divorce or break-up presents a slew of unexpected challenges.
He (probably) understands women How to deal with them, what pisses them off, what makes them happy, how they like to be surprised, what sorts of surprises they hate.
Nothing teaches you about women that being married to one of them.
He probably isn’t afraid to look within himself, and figure out when he can do things differently and what he needs to work on.
In other words, he has probably figured out what parts of the divorce were “his fault” and will pay close attention to that in future relationships.
At that point, he probably won’t freak out if you just want to hang out at his place for hours upon hours, while he runs errands or works. He’s less likely to suddenly disappear, like many guys do, when they suddenly find something they don’t like about you.
He knows what he wants After the major pain of a divorce, he took some serious time to analyze all of his past relationships, and understand what he wants in a woman. He is far more perceptive from the beginning, so less surprises him.
And then, he rejected her in the ultimate way, by divorcing her. Something they thought they were 110% certain about, they turned out to be wrong about. There’s a seriousness that divorcees inevitably carry.