Advice for dating a single parent
There is nothing more beautiful than a joyful child.
Every time a single parent makes a date they have to find suitable, affordable childcare for their kids and this isn’t always easy.
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If you want to date someone with kids, you need to be open to the idea of a longer term commitment and be ready to let new people into your life. It’s all well and good to get on really well with your new partner and their child, but if you and the child’s other parent don’t get along then this can cause a lot of conflict.
It’s a good idea to get to know your partner’s ex rather than have them see you as someone who is trying to muscle in.
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