I've come across a few single dads when swiping through dating apps and I always appreciate how upfront they are about their status as a parent. Right away, I can tell they prioritize family and responsibility, which speaks to their character. It also helps to know, though, because my life isn't very child-friendly at the moment. I travel impulsively, the backseat of my car is basically my second closet, and my apartment building is mostly home to loud, drunk college students so transparency is helpful on both our parts.
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Dating is a minefield whatever your situation. It took me a long time to get over the stigma of being a single parent — especially when it came to dating. I now realise that my family is something to celebrate, rather than hide, and that the right person will recognise this also. These are some tips I picked up along the way. Because of the stigma surrounding single parents and myths I was believing at the time, my subconscious told me I would have more luck keeping my profile baby-free.
Dating Tips For Single Mothers
Being a single parent is not an easy role. From sleep issues to tantrums to potty training, you have to tackle every arduous aspect of parenting on your own. Through this role, you learn just how much you are capable of and give your child the ultimate representation of a role model. You read books on how to give birth and how to breastfeed, but learning how to date when you have a child seems much more complicated.
I feel like we hear a lot of dating horror stories. And believe me, there's a couple reasons for that. First of all, they're more entertaining.