Many in your position find themselves so jealous they just can’t handle it–which makes the new relationship impossible.The most turbulent time in a relationship is right after you separate.
But, take note: Most who separate attempt reconciliation at least once, so I wouldn’t be surprised if they try it just one more time.He is still continuing to do the same things they have done when they were married. He has opened his home to me and informed me that I'm always welcome there.At this rate they are playing house, courtship etc and they will end up remarrying. I agree with Sharri..is all fine and dandy but now that you are in the picture, things should start to change or at least be discussed. However, I just met him and still getting to know him. They must in due time if he wants us to be together and I will bring my concerns to him. I've spent the night there more than once during the week (no intimacy) and he's stayed at my home (no intimacy).This is a difficult concept for first timers to get.They take it personally, think it means that their partner will always prefer the ex to them, and get themselves into “either/or” ultimatums, when that is not it at all.He told me that he'd always love her because she is the mother of his children. Detach now before you invest emotionally in this man.He is still attached to his ex-wife and does not know the meaniong of the word, "Divorce", "Ex". As our courtship continues, I hadn't had any inteferences that I'm aware of.To commit to another relationship at this point is not good ex-etiquette on either of your parts.The future has too many, “what-ifs.” His responsibility at this juncture is to address the issues with his wife, get his ducks in a row, and then he will be free to start another relationship.If this man and his ex co-parent, they must communicate, take into consideration each others feelings on a subject, and then compromise in the best interest of the kids.That’s hard to deal with when you are worried that your guy and his ex might run off together at the drop of a hat.