Wisdom for men dating single mothers

02 Feb

Given that I am from a conservative family of people who remain married, I was never given any sort of playbook on how to date having a child.

Luckily, through my own experiences and some help from other single mothers I know, I have been able to compile a list of things a good man should know before attempting to date a single mother.

Though still a young man, he has watched society descend into its present morass with great sadness, combined with a determination to help make things better.

Single mothers make a conscious, deliberate choice to make the one decision most likely to guarantee their children live in poverty with little chance of escaping.MILF culture since the late 1990s and early 2000s, epitomized by the character Finch’s obsession with Steve Stifler’s mom, made bedding and romancing single mothers a seeming must-have on many young men’s sexual bucket lists.Nonetheless, just because you saw it on TV or in a film doesn’t make it truth.If she doesn’t want the baby, she doesn’t have to keep it. Men cannot force women to have abortions, nor should they be able to. They cannot refuse to assume responsibility for the child.They will, in fact, be imprisoned, if they cannot pay the woman whatever sum the courts have determined is appropriate.If you have fallen for a single mom or are dating a single mom use these tips to make sense of that fascinating mind of hers.Be Patient Single mothers are often torn between their two identities – that of a loving and attentive mother and that of a single woman. If you're dating a seasoned single mother you may find she is a lot easier on herself about dating you, and allowing herself appropriate time to spend with you.But women new to single motherhood may still be learning how to balance their new dating life with their job as a full-time single mom.Be patient while she adjusts and when she expresses her emotions or feelings about dating as a mother the best thing you can do is listen.The single mother craze is just the collective self-delusion of has-been women with kids, backed up by a sympathetic cultural narrative.It is designed to assuage the hurt they feel at being upstaged by packs of new, frequently younger or better-looking nubile girls that men really want to claim.