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I believe that marriage teaches men responsibility, structure, how to co-define reality, what women want and how to put someone else before themselves.

I have giggled to myself and so very much appreciated the little things that divorced men I have dated have done for me.

It would be easy to assume that the widowed dad has a more challenging path than the divorced dad, dealing with his grief, the kids' grief, and handling it on his own. Just because someone is widowed, that doesn't mean they had a good marriage. They may sort themselves out more quickly than we think or take years to untangle.

Just because a man's spouse dies, that doesn't mean he can't take care of his children. Plenty of Pros in Dating a Widower Having dated both divorced men and widowers, I've noted some differences.

This can sometimes create certain challenges during dates for which women may need to prepare for. A divorced man getting into the dating scene may have different reasons for doing so after a failed marriage.

Whether repairing the kitchen table or planning a romantic evening, the male ego and inner child have a strong need and desire to get it right and succeed.

Men often feel this need after a failed marriage and while entering into a new relationship.

I have witnessed this many times and men have openly shared with me that they would love to be married again one day and “make it right this time.” I have dated divorced men who have acknowledged that they spent a great deal of time building their businesses during their marriages and they wish they had been more romantic or listened more or had brought their wives flowers more often or had been more complimentary to their spouses. There are many divorced men out there who have taken the time to work on themselves and their mistakes after their marriage ended and have a new-found commitment to making things right the next time around.

Ladies, as much as we love men (and, I really do), we want to acknowledge that they can often mature, grow up and find their way in a relationship a bit more slowly than women do.