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By all means, get the word out that you're interested in meeting someone and cross your fingers.
People do get fixed up, from what I hear, and I suppose there are women who can make things happen at bars, playgrounds, and big-box chain stores. The fact is, you're a busy mom, which means you're often housebound.
"Non-dads tend to be able to work better with the crazy schedule of a single mom," she says. If it works with someone, it works, dad-ness be damned. I was dating a guy for a couple of months when my girls, then 8 and 12, got wind of his existence.
And I found myself lusting after a headless male mannequin in the Gap. Wait--so you're saying there isn't a line of handsome, well-adjusted suitors waiting outside your door because they got the memo that you're available?
It doesn’t have to be forever, but if you couple-up right away, you miss out on so many opportunities for personal growth, new adventure, learning so much about yourself, others around you, and what your next relationship might be.
Several months after my husband and I separated, it finally occurred to me that I was free to date. The last time I'd been single, I'd had copious amounts of free time, was beholden to no one, and believed in love.
Now, however, I had 16 years of marriage and 11 years of motherhood under my belt, plus a less-than-starry-eyed attitude about romance.
And did I mention the two precious, innocent little girls who needed me to be there for them?
Trying to simultaneously be a hot mama and an uber-responsible single parent was a challenge to my schedule and my psyche, but I learned that you can, in fact, have a romantic life without freaking out your kids (or yourself).