Single mom and dating blog
The potential is very high for a single mother to become focused on her loneliness and try to find a boyfriend just to fill that loneliness.
So she gets caught up in the need for a man or settles for someone unhealthy.
While some supermoms make it look easy to balance a career and personal life with the awesome responsibility of raising another human others admit it’s exhausting.
Having a sounding board or advice from those who’ve been there before can be a real help. A number of them have taken to blogging to build communities and share their experiences, advice, strategies, and support.
Like I told the caller, a relationship may help, but it won’t heal.
Too often a single mom is so desperate to have a man in her life that the relationship moves way too quickly.
Meeting a Man Single Woman: A friend of a friend has a really cute brother who’s totally interested.
So you exchange a few flirty phone calls or texts and set up a date.
I hoped she’d like her teachers and make a new friend.
Since 2012, her posts and podcast have discussed not only issues relating to money and parenting but also sex, relationship, and career issues, like balancing guilt about working too much.
Her can-do spirit and expert strategies are sure to get you energized!
You might buy a new outfit – depending on the mood and how cute the guy is.
Single Mom: You wear closed toe shoes, spend twenty minutes trying to get ready while the kids pepper you with questions, and notice jam on your white slacks after you’ve left the house.
Last time I wrote about how becoming a single mother meant having your entire life flipped upside-down.