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Well, the good news is that drama is at a minimum with single mums.
If you like to play adult games, then single mums are the perfect playmates. Follow their example and you’ll appreciate the birds singing in the morning instead of cursing them. When they were going through hell, they did as the war-time Winston Churchill suggested, and kept going. Ever been worried by subtle threats of abandonment?
"Time with friends, time spent on activities that don't include kids or work, and time alone are all important." If you don't have time for these, your schedule may be too busy to fit dating in -- for now.
If you want to date, you'll have to make time in your life for it.
There are plenty, like me, who are blissfully lacking in life experience, have yet to reach the big 3-0, and spend more time swiping left on Tinder instead.
Real talk: Considering the 200 different directions I’m pulled in each day—which include working full time; waking up with my six-month-old daughter at ungodly hours; cooking; cleaning; carpooling; bathing; co-parenting; dealing with temper tantrums; and still attempting to take care of myself—the mere of dating can sometimes seem nothing short of impossible.
Not to mention that in the rare and precious moments I do have to myself, it feels like a major risk to spend that time with someone I might never see again rather than catching up with friends, reading, zoning out to Netflix, or, you know, sleeping.
The men I’d normally take an interest in are often just starting their careers, still in undergrad, or staying out until 3AM every chance they get—whereas I’m living the opposite lifestyle, and as a party of two, not one. In spite of this barrage of challenges, I still have hope.
"Once the boyfriend is introduced there is no going back, and expectations are raised," she adds.
Not only do they have life experience to bring to the table but boy, do they know how to make the most of an evening. Body-glossing, outfit-finding, baby-sitter ordering , instructions leaving. To you – no big deal, we’ll just reschedule another time!