Dating a young single mom
I’ve been in a terrible relationship before and honestly now, I’d rather be alone than with the wrong guy.
I guess I must be in reasonable shape because NOBODY can guess I’ve even had four kids, or that I’m even 34 (I get asked out by guys in their early 20s- I feel like I should read them a story and tuck them into bed… we usually go on a few dates, everything is going wonderful… I’m not talking about church bells, but just to an actual relationship. I am sick of being treated like a piece of ass, and treated like I must be desperate because I have kids.As a screenwriter, I don’t know if you live in LA or not, but this is a town where people don’t grow up for a really long time.I got married at 35 and had kids at 37 and 39 and I was ahead of most of my friends. I was married for ten years, have four beautiful boys under 9 and have a very fulfilling and successful career.My life is happy, but I really would love to share it with someone…I am seriously at the point of giving up on the whole dating thing…
Is it too much of an ask that I could actually meet someone who can see me as a woman, and not just as mother or worse, a bit of bedroom fun? I know Everest is high, but SOME people get up the damn thing, don’t they?
There’s no way that I – or most men who don’t have their shit together – would willingly enter into a relationship with a woman who has so many other responsibilities, the way all moms do.
At risk of making myself look bad, I once dated a single mom of a two-year-old.
You should just find a guy who is looking for a Brady Bunch family, who sees sex as the icing on the cake instead of the cake itself. Today, I’m giving you my new book, “Believe in Love – 7 Steps to Letting Go of Your Past, Embracing the Present, and Dating with Confidence.” and it’s going to forever change the way you view dating, men, and relationships. That said, you are right, there are a few men out there that want to blend a family.
Hi, There are still so many men in Los Angeles that are on their 2nd and 3rd marriages to much younger women and they have kids. I have read profiles of men I want to contact but am stopped because they state they prefer women with children.
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