Single Dads and divorced men – the majority of them – want to regain their “lost flirting years” and most importantly their…Youth.
They play the field like newborn ducklings that are learning to walk again, in order to catch up with lost time of being homebound with the ex-wife.
If you’re dating someone whose parents divorced when they were young, here are 8 things you should know about what you’re getting into: We’re not damaged, we’re just cautious.
We’re not damaged, or broken, or incapable of loving someone — we’re just practical about love and marriage.
I had never thought I would, one day, find myself trying out the “Single Dads” portion on the dating menu…
Apparently, however, if you are single, in your thirties and looking for an older man (aka late thirties or forties), the chances of bumping into a divorced guy with kids are high!
Children, who are innocent bystanders in every love story, have to remain prioritized, loved and feel secure at all times.
Single Dads, aka divorced men with kids, carry a whole set of complications with them.
Yes, it is a next level gaming and one not to be taken lightly.
Which, almost always, makes us want to make the difference.
And unfortunately, we get so preoccupied doing exactly this, that we become too busy to notice any red flags.