I have a full time career and a fairly active social life.I recently met a wonderful man online who similar to me has been divorced and has children.To figure out what to do the next time you meet a wonderful man, let’s backtrack: Was this guy wrong for wanting a woman who’s more available? Were you wrong for refusing to accept his open-relationship terms? As such, there’s no cause for you to agonize or lament what went down. And you’ll find the single dad who understands your predicament and embraces it. Not only does that not seem enough to get a relationship off the ground, it doesn’t seem enough to keep a relationship going either. And the casual level was essentially what this guy was offering you when he brought up dating others.Doesn’t that feel a lot better than worrying that you let some guy get away? Is your ex in the picture in terms of custody/visitation?First, she tried in 2006 when she lived in Pennsylvania. When it came to kids, she says, “everyone I was matched with already had them or wanted them.” She says Match lacked a good feature for sorting out those guys who want kids.In 2008, after moving back home to California, she signed up for e Harmony.
Shouldn’t it be easy for Jane to find a baby-free man?So, just in case you’re wondering, this month’s column is not sponsored by the website.)I tell Garcia about Jane’s dating troubles.He says he’s not surprised.“Most people around the world do want to reproduce,” Garcia says.He typically has dated women without children as he found it was less complex.We went out four times in one month, and in between there was a strong connection we both verbalized and confirmed experiencing.