Dating a divorced mother with kids
Leah Klungness, co-author of The Complete Single Mother, states that post-divorce dating can be stressful for children.
Don’t assume that kids will understand the need for a “crazy phase” of dating.
"Pardon sir, but I would like to inquire, how many pair of dirty boxers are strewn about your bedroom?
" I actually had the good fortune of meeting my now-husband Matt in the 6th grade spelling bee when we were 11.
A child’s usual reaction to mom or dad’s first date is a negative one.
Rushing into dating after a divorce threatens a child’s world.
Just when you thought you'd never date again, you feel that magical spark. Here's what parents who date during a divorce need to know.
Plus: Keeping the kids top of mind through the process of rediscovering yourself.
When you have talked about exclusivity and are both sure you share the same vision for the future of your relationship, then you can introduce the kids. (I’m relating this to dads, as that is the only role I know.Please substitute mom if you’re reading this from that perspective.) Even though our relationship has changed, I’m still “tha dad.”Why it’s important to remember.While there have been several studies on divorce, remarriage and step-parenting, very few exist for the courtship period parents go through before remarriage.Here are some guidelines to consider concerning post-divorced dating and your children: Adjusting to the idea of dating isn’t just for parents. Constance Ahrons, author of The Good Divorce and We’re Still Family and professor emeritus at University Southern California, recently completed a 20 year longitudinal study on children of divorce.