Patience dating single dad
If you treat women disrespectfully (even if it is just to joke how all women are crazy or all women only want a rich guy), you are instilling these harmful ideas in your child’s growing mind.
If you have a son, you will be teaching him to look down on women or to speak ill of them, and if you have a daughter, you are teaching her that it is okay for men to treat women poorly.
Mom won’t be around anymore, so that means that if she used to encourage dad-and-daughter time or that if she would stick up and be the bad guy so you could be the good-time parent, all that is going to change.
As you can see, dating as a single dad comes with a whole host of considerations that don’t exist for those without children.
However, many of these considerations can actually make you an even better version of yourself and help to make you more likely to meet the one.
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Perhaps you might learn that you need to have more patience or practice better communication.
Or maybe you might notice that you routinely choose the same type of woman (such as always going for the ‘bad girl’) and that it is time for you to make a change in order to experience better results.
Recovering after divorce or a breakup can be incredibly difficult.