Dating tips for the single mom
To some, the word evokes memories of romantic moments with a significant other.
To others, the word summons horrific memories of blind dates that made you want to run for the hills.
But well-thought-out, one-on-one time with our kids is harder to come by. Before you go, plan on using your time together to really get to know what your child is feeling and thinking with our Conversation Goal suggestions.
To help you get started, author Dannah Gresh has written a book called .
For me, the word triggers memories of blown money, awkward silences, over-analyzed text messages, and just straight-up awkwardness.
The female race is an elusive and intimidating breed. In fact, I would venture to say that there are times when even they don't know what they’re thinking, so you have GOT to be on your toes. Once you think you've got them figured out, you get clocked in the head with their purse, and you have to look for another gal to date.
Here are eight rules that I think will lead you in the right direction.
Find a teahouse or swanky hotel and make reservations.
Despite everything being instant these days (texting, canned sandwiches, high-speed internet, get-rich-quick schemes), you have to give the relationship time to blossom, and it's not going to happen overnight. You're a great guy, so don't blow it by proposing to the gal on the second date.
Unfortunately, I've heard of stuff like that happening. and then wallow in sadness with a canned sandwich and instant oatmeal. I've found that being straight up with how you feel yields awesome benefits. Chances are she's already a little tender from stuff that's happened in the past. What's more enjoyable than a beautiful woman happily telling you about everything that she loves?
(And weren’t you looking for someone who would be a great mother?
She’s incredibly patient, but doesn’t have a lot of tolerance for bad behavior.