This is the one that ties a neat bow around the whole thing. Even if I have a village of wonderful people to help me, I am the only person that can be the parent. So instead of giving up on the whole thing — which, as you know — is incredibly shortsighted, given that you have 50 more years on this earth, how about you change focus? Do I need to be a nun in order to find someone who can actually see a relationship with me? Unfortunately, I have other criteria on my wish list as well I have to constantly remind myself that you do not share my responsibilities nor my past experiences. I hope y'all have enjoyed the exegesis from my viewpoint. And he has a lot of experience coaching — not to mention dating! But I have a guard up to protect not one, but two people. Sure, I am never really alone.
6 thoughts on “Single mothers looking for men”
Funny how they want a LTR. It's not until the relationship becomes strong that he'll be introduced.
Men here know there are countless reasons dating a single mother is a terrible idea.
I also look for clues on how she treats her kids and if she would be good around my kids
Any man who unwittingly wanders into the clutches of one of these harpies is doomed from the start.
Online dating is absolutely the way to go. My child is my everything, and that is why….
I have an outgoing personality and seem to be asked out a lot… we usually go on a few dates, everything is going wonderful… but nobody ever COMMITS. These are all qualities great guys are looking for.