So, men, if you just can’t seem to find that sweet-spot of women to date that are awesome, smart, fun, sexually adventurous, won't pressure you or play games, give some single moms a try.
We want partnership and love just as much as the next girl, but we won't use games and drama to get it, and we'll take a longer time before we start wanting "more." And we won't bite... I work with single moms to weed through all the craziness that this new life has to offer, and find within themselves the amazing, powerful and relentless love-goddesses that they truly are.
Communicate about what is appropriate at what times.
When children are involved, it is difficult to always adhere to a rigid schedule or to assume that things won't go wrong.
We have picked ourselves up by our bootstraps and made something of and for our children and ourselves. The likelihood is that we'll set the stage for it, and you'll be so thrown for a loop you won't know what to do at first.
But pretty soon, you'll breathe a huge sigh of relief and relax into the whole idea.
There are some seriously outdated misconceptions out there that give single moms a bad rap, like the belief that single mothers are just looking for a dad for their kids (, my kid's dad rocks and I'm not in search for a replacement! When it comes down to it, I really think single moms are the dating world's best kept secret. Low Drama Look, we've had a baby (or two or three), we've been through a divorce...
we're pretty focused on raising our children and supporting our families. We don't have time or the inclination to sweat the smaller stuff.
Many women are called on to play the role of both mother and father, and you can expect that her children's needs, whatever they may be, will be paramount to her.
Being jealous of her time will likely be counterproductive.