Dating a single dad problems
Most of that dating was fairly casual, but I have been in a couple relationships—the most recent and most serious of those relationships having lasted just under two years. Or at least I realize now looking back on it just how easy it was.
You can live your life, go out on dates, and pretty much do whatever you want within the confines of the law for 26 days out of the month.
Dating a single dad is, most definitely, a challenge, but it can be an immensely rewarding experience too.
From surmounting the ego, attachment, and jealousy factor associated with the ex to being the step-mom/friend or just another woman the ex-wife does not want feeding her children cereal – the list can be endless.
Almost any potential mate can handle a child that is not their own coming to visit four days a month.
It isn’t that big of a disruption in day-to-day life.
And if those li’l chirpy people are always about him, there are high chances that the mommy is floating somewhere in the background too, right? Of course, there’s a flip side (like with everything else in life) and some of them might give you the feeling like they’re in it for picking a new mom for their kids at the supermarket and have an ingrained tact of wrecking it all – but how’d you know unless you gauge his ways of loving, his approach toward commitment, and his sense of responsibility, right?
Another important issue is you: Are you really cut out for dating a single dad?
If you’re in a relationship with a single dad, you’ve probably wondered at some point in your relationship whether being a stepmom is for you.
According to fairy tales, stepmothers are often portrayed as evil and wicked women.
He owes his allegiance to his children, FIRST And that’s a good thing.
A dad who lives and breathes his kids’ lives is a mature adult who has got his priorities straight.