Most gratifying were the responses from some of you saying, “Omigod, this is happening to me right now! I’m in a similar situation; however, I believe he’s the first man I’ve ever truly loved.
Many guys just don’t know how to deal with a child that isn’t theirs and it becomes immediately evident to the child, even when the mom is disillusioned into thinking that the guy is perfect.
Ask your Teen: If you have a teenager it is very important that you get their approval after an introduction or two is made with your potential lover.
Your reactions to the “Bad Boys & Addictions” article was swift and enthusiastic.
Turns out that almost every woman has had some kind of experience with bad boys, not all of them healthy. ” Here’s one from Theresa: This post really hit me.
If your kid has daddy issues, as in wanting you to stay alone in hopes of your ex coming back into your life – then go ahead and skip the introduction to the new guy.
If you have good rapport with your child, have regular talks with them and they respect you, then it is important that you get their approval.
After the 4th time I finally smartened up and focused on moving on.
I’ve now been dating a really great guy for over 2.5 years. Which brings us to the results of the survey I did last week.
Check his credentials: If you have a toddler or baby and the guy is okay with dating you, then this next step is important.
You may need to run some sort of background check or something to know what kind of temperament the guy has.
You do not what to appear as if you are talking the kid up in order to score panty points with his/her momma.