D' Souza is currently married but has filed for divorce.” My knowledge of Dinesh D’Souza lies only in what I read.
Therefore, the comments that follow address principles, not him directly.
Admittedly, not all people who date look for long-term partners, but even if their intention is for short-term companionship, the process is similar. As long as one is married to one person, she should in no way seek significant relationship with any other person.
Having lunch with a friend once per proverbial blue moon is not seen as dating because the goal is casual friendship, not a more connected relationship. Attempting to justify it by saying “I’m separated” belies reality. If one wishes to find another significant relationship, why has he not legally ended his marriage?
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Dating is the process of sifting through possibilities to find a suitable significant other.
Is it okay for a married but separated person to date other people? The situation that brought it to the forefront is not unique.
Lillian Kwon’s Christian Post article begins “Dinesh D' Souza, president of The King's College and co-producer of ‘2016: Obama's America,’ is facing scrutiny for his relationship with a woman whom he has introduced to some as his fiancée.
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If either parent has no intention of ever reconciling, separation creates a mean tease.
Either reconcile or bring finality so that they can accept and adjust.
If it is not, then he should stop the parasitic behavior and stand on his own two feet.
A person who remains married for the children’s sake, but is separated and dating, refuses to be what a parent should be. A parent who thinks she gives her children comfort by not pursuing divorce breaks their hearts if she dates.