Triangles are stable when all three legs are connected.
What that means in a three-way relationship is that each day is securely connected.
Floppy relationship triangles are essentially unstable and the outcomes are not only unpredictable, but often dire.
Not only do we outnumber our male counterparts in many areas of the world, we're practically forced to settle and accept whatever they offer us. Because there's a not-so-underlying air in society that excuses their poor behavior with, "well, they're men, what do you expect? There's really not much we can do to rid the world of such poor, antiquated logic.
But now that the couple is kaput, we have to question Lawrence’s wisdom of not only choosing a partner 13 years your senior, but also a man who’s recently gotten out of a long-term marriage (with children).
We talked to two relationship experts on what we all should keep in mind if you’re dating older, and/or recently divorced, men.1. Sure, it's tempting to think that dating an older man means more maturity and stability by default, but you may need to reset your expectations—age is just a number, after all. "I've seen many women who got caught up into the fantasy of being taken care of, only to delay their individual path that would have brought them confidence and stability," says Beyer. “If a person is recently divorced or separated from a long-term partnership, it will take time to process the loss,” explains Kelly Campbell, Ph.
"Don’t assume he is more mature or has all the answers just because he’s older,” says April Beyer, a dating and relationship expert. Make sure you're on solid ground on your own, emotionally and financially, so you can stand on your own two feet if the partnership dissolves. D., an associate professor of psychology at California State University, San Bernadino.
If they move on too quickly, they may not be emotionally available for the next partner.