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.
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.
A person who remains married for religious reasons, but is separated and dating, refuses to face her own conscience. Typically, neither do her friends; they know the score.Because she has not divorced, they hope she and Dad may get back together, but that hope becomes confused when she dates someone else.(Of course, this applies to both parents.) Separation implies their parents could reconcile.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.However, the goal for those separations is not necessarily to save the marriage; it is to save the person.