Dating guy with kid
” First, whether a man has children of his own or not, there is nothing wrong with preferring to date women without children.We are all free to make up whatever dating preferences we want.It’s important to know what you are getting yourself into.Before your relationship gets serious, you should know what role, if any, the baby’s father has in the child’s life, and what type of relationship the two parents have with one another.
I have friends who have gotten upset because a woman they are dating has to drop everything for their child. A woman should not be placed in a position to choose between the child she loves and the man she likes. I’ve said before that partner priority relationships is where I’m at. Now I know it’s not always that black and white and some men really do have their shit together and can balance their lives, but that’s the exception to the rule. They are also more affectionate from what I’ve experienced. That’s when I decided that this probably isn’t for me. I don’t hate kids, I love kids, I just don’t want to deal that’s all. I do date men with kids over 18 though, they don’t really need their parents as much. I rarely go there so don’t ask and please don’t get offended. Dating men with kids takes someone very selfless and someone who is good at compromising her precious partner time. So, in order to avoid those problems, dating men with kids is something I don’t do. They are usually more mature and responsible and have their shit together because they have to. There are some amazing men out there with some great kids I’m sure of it. What happens is that inevitably I get put aside for one reason or another, all good reasons. I want to be able to be with my partner when it feels right. But, I would rather limit my choices than settle for something that I know won’t make me happy. Someone else’s kids shouldn’t be my responsibility. I’m not saying there’s anything wrong with it, I’m just saying it’s not my first choice. We like what we like and it’s time to be proud of who we are and what we want. If you are a step parent or single mother, what advice would you offer a man to know if he is ready to date a woman with kids from a previous relationship?