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Throughout my career as a single woman, I’ve been out with a few single parents along the way.
None of those men were options for me personally, and I am actually skeptical about going out with a single parent again.
Their lives seemed too complicated and feisty for me to experience anything other than below-average enjoyment levels when I was with him. And there’s no way I would sign up for that.
It’s as though single fathers I have been out with have forgotten they need to get over their failed relationship before they start seeing anyone else. I mean, no woman is going to feel special if she feels like the rebound girl or an evil woman stealing someone’s father away.
It would be refreshing if a single dad could laugh about his mistakes, didn’t worry about how he could meet women or put pressure on himself to get dating right 100 percent of the time.
Once he’s figured out how to get to that point, he’ll be fine and shouldn’t even worry.
My advice to a single father is simple: Whatever you do, avoid doing any thing listed below.
I’m pretty sure single women, like myself, find all of the below a deal-breaker and will run faster than an Olympian to get away from you.
“If you respect the mother of your
children, you’re off to a great start.”
If you’re genuinely single, actually want to support your offspring, respect the mother of your children rather than seek revenge and don’t want to mass produce children on a global scale, I think you’re off to a great start.
Add laughter and a glass of wine, and I would consider dating that single parent myself.