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Information of Single Parent Dating

THINK YOU’RE TOO OLD TO DATE ANYMORE?

To be honest, no one is too old for a date! Everyone deserves some love in their lives! There is absolutely no reason for you to feel insecure about yourself, post your big breakup. Put your past behind you, be confident, and step into the arena with your head held high. Nothing is sexier that a healthy dose of confidence.

EXTRA POUNDS TO SHED

Getting back into the dating game is not easy. Apart from the emotional turmoil, there is always the fear that you are far from your ‘A’ Game, physically. For some it’s post baby weight for others they have just let themselves go. Just get yourself out, wear your snazziest clothes and take along your charming personality, that should do the trick. In case you still aren’t convinced, a wardrobe change is a quick fix and a structured workout schedule a more long term solution.

IS YOUR SCHEDULE PACKED?

You are probably juggling multiple things and time to date and find the man/woman of your dreams almost seems impossible. It’s more about prioritizing and finding the small windows of opportunity as a start. A great way is to get onto online dating sites or the multiple dating apps that are there in the market. Once that is out of the way and you have options galore, schedule dates during your leisure time or on weekends.

SHOULD I DATE A PARENT OR A NON-PARENT?

You may want to date another single parent, obviously as there will be lots to bond over and it’s just easier since you both have a common start point. This however doesn’t mean you have to close all doors on non-parent women/men. If he/she seems understanding and mature enough, then there is nothing stopping you from going for it!

TO INTRODUCE OR NOT TO INTRODUCE?

Introducing your child to your partner is something you should think about too. If you’re unsure about the longevity of your relationship, steer clear from introducing your kids. Kids tend to become attached soon and in case things go awry, it’ll add complications that you don’t need.