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Celebrity Dating: 6 Divorced Stars Open Up About Their Difficulty Dating Post-Split

Celebrity Dating: 6 Divorced Stars Open Up About Their Difficulty Dating Post-Split

Commented Feb 12, 2013 at 11:52:19 in Divorce

“Being that they are constantly in the public eye, I think celebrities do have it a little bit harder in a sense because when they do break up or divorce people are constantly in their face. Trying to mourn the loss of their relationship, marriage of family is no longer a private affair, it's out their for the whole world to see. Once they are ready to date again, trying to do it privately is out of the question. I think whether your a celebrity or not, dating is difficult, but dating after a divorce is even harder. A friend of mine just loaned me a book to read called “The Club Rules” by Johnny Mac and Kimberly D. You can check them and the book out on their website http://theclubrules.com/. I think it's a great book so far and it's perfect for anyone in the dating world or who are trying to get back out there. Thanks for the post.”
Friends With Benefits Over 50... A Do Or A Don't?

Friends With Benefits Over 50... A Do Or A Don't?

Commented Apr 14, 2013 at 14:48:27 in Fifty

“I would, and I do. To be honest, at the end of their marriage it was ugly and they were both so miserable. My mom has dated as well and to see them both happy again is amazing. Being grown I think it's easier to see them as other adults instead of just my parents, so if they find something or someone that makes them individually happy, I'm supportive!”
Friends With Benefits Over 50... A Do Or A Don't?

Friends With Benefits Over 50... A Do Or A Don't?

Commented Apr 8, 2013 at 19:44:19 in Fifty

“I say to each their own. Just because you're not in your 20's anymore doesn't mean you can't still have fun like you are. My dad is 56, divorced and he's seriously dated a few women, and had a few of those "friends with benefits" type of relationships with one or two as well. I say, whatever makes him and others like him happy, they should do. There's a book that's great for singles at any age, in fact I just gave it to my dad. It's called "The Club Rules", http://theclubrules.com/, by a guy named Johnny Mac. Everyone's different, so I personally don't think anyone can say if it is or isn't right for someone else.”

marinemomof3 on Apr 11, 2013 at 00:45:33

“I am curious, if it were the same situation, but your mom, would you have the same views?

((thanks for the link, some funny stuff ;))”