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Share your heart with your ward family and allow them to see and know you.
I would also add that even though you're healing from your divorce, it's natural to be somewhat insecure about what other people might think.
I didn't think about the fact that maybe people would be less inclined to date me knowing that I've been through a divorce. They can reject us, they can decide we aren't good enough, they can hurt us.
Lucky for you, you don't need to worry about those people. You were moved to share a story about how the gospel has blessed your life, even during trial. Continue to do things when moved by the Spirit of God.