Dating tips for single dads
Be patient and take your time, grow at the pace and in the way that is best for everyone.
This is sure to create a happy life, and hopefully a long relationship. We just got married, so I must have done something right, but I can tell you, I did a lot wrong.
It’s hard enough to date as an “adult”, but throw in someone else’s child or children and, whoa! While dating, I met and spent time with a few single dads and some single guys with no children. And, if you are OK with that, and understand his commitment, he will respect you and be willing to give more of his time to you.
We all know dating can be complicated at the best of times, but as any single parent will tell you, juggling children at the same time can be an added obstacle.
I’ve had experience dating both parents and non-parents, and I think there’s a major, ready-built connection if you’re dating another parent.
Those “drop everything” moments are not so shocking if you’ve had them yourself.
When I finally decided that I was ready to date again, I had this expectation that dating in your 30s was going to be just like dating in your 20s.
Boy, was I wrong, and what a smack into reality I received!