Guys dating single moms
You'd have to find someone willing to care for you but ultimately the child as well This is a weird question but do guys view single moms as sluts?My best friends husband thinks I'm a little slutty especially now that I have a baby but that isn't the case at all. Few dates I figured out she had a kid, but I really liked her so I kept going with it because we were a good match.The best luck I have had since having my daughter has been older guys (30 ).They aren't afraid of the possibility of MAYBE becoming a step parent some day and are just more mature overall.It wasn't particularly difficult because most of them are red flagged on dating sites. Single moms and my independent lifestyle pair together like cheese and wine! They shuffle to their ex's for custody arrangements.Right before my 30th birthday, however, I decided to be open-minded about dating single moms. Here is why single moms make awesome girlfriends and why you shouldn't jump to conclusions when considering dating one: They change diapers, feed, do laundry, clean (and then clean some more). It is a lot of shuffling around and takes a hell of a lot of self-discipline not to just lose your mind. This builds character -- a lot more character than that giggling Tinder hookup who didn't know why we celebrate Independence Day.For the most part most people won't have the funds to support a child or themselves yet (mileage may vary).I wouldn't because I couldn't commit to raising another persons child at this time.
I just couldn't wrap my head around potentially stepping in as the stepfather. Would he resent me for being involved with his mother? How would this affect him if we had more kids in the future? Questions like these were too difficult for me to answer, so I just avoided single moms like jorts on a summer day.
It's like when you moved out of your parents' house and got your own place or went to college. And lastly, there will be a time in the relationship where you meet her children.
If you really love her, loving her children will be no obstacle.
I'm just wondering do most guys view single moms that way? The problem was she had no room for me in her life, I was understand that she has a 18month old kid but constant cancelling on dates and not replying to texts, made me feel unwanted.
I knew I was going to play second fiddle to the kid but some basics have to continue.