Doing this will only send the message that they aren’t important enough for your time.
If you’ve reached the point where you’re dating someone exclusively, keep the introduction short and low-key.
One day, they just bring home their new partner, and their kids are left feeling confused, hurt and even angry.
Dating is a personal decision, but it does affect your children.
I recently received an email from a female reader seeking my input on a situation that she's dealing with.
She's a single woman without kids who's dating a divorced dad with a daughter.
Here are some tips for divorced dads who are trying to navigate the dating scene.
A lot of divorced dads make the mistake of not talking to their kids about dating.
Children can easily get attached, so if you’re frequently introducing new partners and those partners leave shortly after, your kids may feel hurt and frustrated.
Women with children may be more likely to welcome your children and they’re less likely to be self-oriented.
But it’s important to keep an open mind and remember that not all mothers are like this.
Avoid pressuring your kids to like your partner, and vice versa.
Divorced dads have a tendency to date women with children, and it’s easy to see why.
It’s hard to imagine dating again after you go through a bitter divorce. But over time, those emotions will fade, and you’ll feel ready to jump back in the dating game.