A short background on me that's not a field report on the marriage. A father in his early 30s, absorbed PUA in the 00s, discovered T/MRP about four years ago while married. Divorced. Still lurked MRP in addition to TRP. Changed reddit name (new beginnings and all).
I've noticed that TRP often skews young and doesn't have much dialogue or considerations of kids and ex's that you can't ghost; and MRP obviously skews towards a context of a being in a LTR. Divorced dads exist somewhere between single and married men. We have the highest rate of suicide and in general fall the fuck apart, and I'm not convinced that TRP or MRP can be the locker room we need.
I understand that the easy answer here is: "rework your mission and keep on keepin' on." Yeah, that's the advice I could've worked with, but I think there's a large subset of men that found T/MRP too late and are caught in the chaos of grieving their marriage, grieving their shattered Matrix, and struggling with single life with kids all at the same time.
Perhaps a dedicated subreddit is overkill because the base information already exists in T/MRP, but I think a space dedicated for divorced dads, new and old, to exchange strategy and applications of theory could be valuable. Hell, the insights might even serve as a warning to the younger guard of T/MRP.
Are there existing posts on divorced dad strategies? I couldn't find any.
Edit: lol y'all, I'm fine, thanks for the concern. I've navigated this whole thing incredibly well, thanks to taking the pill early enough. It just seems like this is a niche that might be underserved; I'm sure there's room in TRP and MRP for a few divorced dad specific posts... Managing Your Baby Mama, etc. Sure I could contribute some, but I'd like to consume as well.