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.
After twenty years of marriage, Dinesh filed for divorce October 4 of this year.
However, according to World Magazine, on September 28, the week before he filed, he traveled with Denise Joseph to an event where he introduced her to some people as his fiancée.
On October 18, the board of The King’s College accepted Dinesh’s resignation. Usually that leads to strife, anger, and other negative experiences.
They incorporated a prayer into their minutes that included this sentence, “All-too-frequent reports of the sinful failing of our accomplished leaders bring us no joy.” Subsequently, Dinesh announced that he is suspending his engagement to Denise. Therefore, the act of separation immediately brings a sense of relief and calm because they are not constantly at each other’s throats.
When Dinesh became president of The King’s College in 2010, he moved to New York but left his wife in California.
Statements from The King’s College board chair Andy Mills indicate Dinesh’s marriage was in trouble in 2010.
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.
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.
SEE ALSO: How To Stop Your Divorce Of course, if either spouse or children are in danger physically, emotionally, mentally, or spiritually, I urge separation.