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A Single Parent’s Dating Guide
by: Nisha Sharma

Are you a mother of a child and dating someone? Beware; it is sometimes a sad comedy at it best. Single parents sometimes go on same sour and broken relationship as other singles, but they have other complexity of caring and up bringing their child too. So what you are in this scenario. Womenbrands present some quick inside in to the matter.

1.Never keep you kids a secret. If he can’t handle this he is not the right person for you. Move on.

2.If date is just a date, not serious one. Do not introduce your kids matter. Do that only in serious relationship.

3.Schedule you dates well before time. Kids always need one-on-one interaction. So plan your date when kids are away on weekends.

4.Do not date someone who is not comfortable with kids. Watch for people who are working the kids to get to the mom heart.

5.Never dates someone who create problems. These kind of people are problem prone problem chare them everything. So have child responsibility. You can’t solve most problem.

6.Do not pick anyone less emotionally healthy than you. You do not need anyone children.

7.You may look dates at school function or children play or swimming classes.

8.Do not close your eyes. Some guys come very nicely and well mannered in the early part of the relationship. But after sometimes at your kids. Avoid these personality.

9.At the last but the not the least. We are normal person. So if you are having physical relationship with the person, use condom. You have to protect yourselves from any kind of diseases. Your children need you healthy. If you are dating just for fun and sex, never involve your kids. Kids do not need to know everything.

Use above do and donot’s to become a good mom. Remember you are the only one for your child.

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