Keep in mind that communication is always the goal.
We want to let go of blaming, angry outburst, silence withdrawal or acting out, all of which can occur in families, either by you or your children.
This is where a service like Single Parent comes in handy, because you'll only be matched with other single parents in your area.
With the hustle and bustle of working, raising kids and racing to extracurricular activities, making time for a social life can be challenging, especially for single parents whose personal time is a rare commodity—but they aren’t destined to a life of solitude.
And as a single parent you can be confused as to how to parent and date at the same time.
Not only do you have to worry about how to arrange everything, you also have to deal with how your children will react to the fact that you are dating.
Below you will find some suggestions on how to ease their anxiety.
Being sensitive to one another, respectful of your needs as well as your children's needs is what will bring families together. Return to top of Dating Tips for Divorced Moms Trying to date as a single mom has its own challenges.
That's why it helps to be around people who understand what being a parent entails and realize how important your kids are to you.