Serious relationship with single dad


Serious relationship with single dad

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    Haley Tran
    Haley Tran
    May 2, 2020 at 4:36 am #233265
    Serious relationship with single dad

    I used to use lots of online dating app Tinder, Bumble, Mingle2, Badoo, and many more. I met a guy who is a single dad 3 months ago. Recently, he has been talking about us getting serious. I really want it too cause I like him so much. But I’m only 25 and I don’t know how to handle around kids. Please advise.

    May 3, 2020 at 1:00 pm #233288

    ” I really want it too cause I like him so much.”

    “If you want something bad enough you will find a way. If you don’t you will find an excuse.” – Jim Rohn

    Truth be told there are lots women by the age of 25 who already have children of their own.
    All you can do is take one day at a time and see how the relationship unfolds.
    You always have the option to breakup with someone if you’re unhappy or your needs aren’t being met.

    As far as his kids are concerned he will lead the way by either insisting they respect you or not.
    The other factors to consider is how well he gets along with his ex or if she seeks to antagonize you.
    If it’s too much “drama” or “work” for you, once again you have the option to move on.

    In the meantime don’t move in with him until after you’ve seriously dated for over a year or more.
    You really want to make sure (he) is “the one” before getting the kids emotionally invested in (you) and vice versa.