Dating divorced dads with children

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Try dealing with these points: The Ex is a bad influence on the children, The ex cheated which meant the relationship ended with severe strain on the children and spouse who was betrayed, sharing children is NEVER a fun thing....think so?

Ask any divorced couple how many times the "No I thought YOU were going to take them this weekend and YOU were supposed to pick them up" argument occurs.

This can be more fun and exciting than watching a professional team.

When at home there will be some new activities that you will enjoy with the kids.

Think about it: Those same kids are going to grow up and want to be #1 with their new love interest.

Imagine if they get married and have children and either spouse is # 2, 3, or worse? Keep the nucleus of the family between the parents and the children learn what a health relationship is....balanced with respect and love for the children at all times.

I am a 30 year old Indian man in love with a woman who is currently undergoing divorce.

If the kids are in sports you will now get to follow some new sports teams.

All it takes is for one of them to be a bad influence and you have trouble. I'm 31, and i'm dating a woman who just turned 39 and has 2 kids (4 and 6).

Throw in child support problems, possible jealousy issues with any of them, and any of the children have psych issues from the divorce itself and it's a big nut to crack. I've never been great around kids, they annoy me a lot, though i always thought i wanted kids, it's not my time.

She also said "I'm NOT looking for a new relationship which could mean 1. She will never be over it and wants the benefits of a boyfriend with no strings attached. Reply As for this article written by Scott Trick....

It's very short and I dare say shallow in it's points.

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