Again, counseling for someone in a relationship with heavy addiction issues is a must and any insistence that, "I'm not crazy, she's the one that's crazy," is a rehearsal for his lines in the movie that might become your life if you stick with him and he continues to live in denial about his role in things going bad.
If she disapproved of his going to church on Sunday mornings, that tells you she was looking to end things regardless of his commitment.
If she left him because he did not have a job, that is a red flag – does he have a job now?
Does it sound like he was a heavier drinker then and is now sober or cutting back his drinking?
Does he have bouts of anger that might indicate his ex-wife was afraid of him?
With the "slow it down warning" emblazoned on the relationship, let's look at the possible pitfalls your man presents.
The first question that must be answered is: Why is he getting a divorce and what is the timeline?
Once committed, he can weather any storm to get what he wants and once achieved, he'll work hard to keep it.
If a Capricorn man has caught your eye, you'll have to summon your courage and make the first move.
You've made the first move, caught a Capricorn man's eye, and gotten your foot in the door.