For dating a single mother
Be prepared to have a woman who is upfront, passionate, and nurturing.
Whether or not you planned to be a father, there may also be a kid who falls in love with you, too.
She’ll only keep you around if the relationship is a good thing for both her and her kids.
She’s loyal — and is fiercely protective of her little brood. She can articulate what she wants and needs from a relationship.
At the same time, I’m taking on the responsibility, that naturally, two people should share.
I put in everything I’ve got- physically and emotionally- so he never has to feel like he’s missing a parent. Time with you = Time away from my kid which means you better make sure it is worth it.
It must be nice to share these experiences with the one other person who contributed in making your child. Even if I have a village of wonderful people to help me, I am the only person that can be the . I want to be with someone who makes me feel alive and makes my time worthwhile. It means that we have to make our time together a priority. I do not have the luxury of dropping what I’m doing and heading out.
When you’re dating me, those experiences are few and far between.
While our coupled friends are planning to run a marathon together, I’m still trying to find a babysitter for our date next week. But I have a guard up to protect not one, but two people.
But if you take away who we are as people, what remains is our differing positions in life; I’m a single mother and he’s a childless dude.
It’s a huge disparity that can create a lot of discord without the right level of understanding.
Try getting a new wardrobe (or a few pieces) or starting a new workout routine. Schedule in Your Free Time – When you don’t have the kids, take advantage of the extra time to see your dates.