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So yesterday, Deesha and I sat down to lunch–we ate our favorite Thai food and discussed our not so favorite topic–co-parenting through problems and over obstacles.
I asked her what six things should women know when dating men with children. If a man says, my child’s mother won’t let me see my kids, dig deeper, because while the family court system is broken, sometimes men say they aren’t allowed see their children when they haven’t sought parenting time through a judge.
Source: Shutterstock After sharing a guest-post on step-parenting from the step-child’s point of view, one commenter asked an interesting question: “Should a man with no kids be hesitant to date a woman with kids?
” First, whether a man has children of his own or not, there is nothing wrong with preferring to date women without children.
This is not a video game that you can turn off when you decide you do not like how the game is playing out.
That is a personal decision you should figure out long before you involve a woman and her child in your life.
Someone can be serious about you, but they may not be ready to introduce you to their kids.
Even if he thinks negative those things, it’s not nessceary that he has to vocalize everything all the time, especially if his children are in earshot.
It’s difficult to do in many cases, but he should be civil.
I also didn’t have to budget and sacrifice for others, so I could easily drop dollars on designer bags, shoes and clothes–if I opted to spend the day at the shopping mall.
Now, that I’m on the other side of the fence and co-parenting the most terrific toddler you’ll ever meet, I want my experiences to positively impact singles dating someone with children.
If a man doesn’t try to visit his son/daughter, that’s not the child’s mother’s fault.