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Get what Maysay is saying but I understand single mothers still wanting that connection with someone.
Yes their new primary responsibility is to their children but idk man
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my bf's sisters husband died(military) right after the birth of their 3rd child.  it's been 7 yrs(she hasn't been on one date).  i really want her to find love again but she seems totally uninterested.  i wish she would at least get a dog.

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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

my bf's sisters husband died(military) right after the birth of their 3rd child.  it's been 7 yrs(she hasn't been on one date).  i really want her to find love again but she seems totally uninterested.  i wish she would at least get a dog.
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This is so sad..

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Originally posted by GG GG wrote:


But every situation is different...
What about spouses that pass away?
Husbands/wives that leave?
They shouldn't ever have anyone again?


First, most parents are far too negligent about who they allow around their children. That's why so many are physically and/or sexually abused in the first place (or exposed to things they shouldn't be).

Second, if you're a single parent, regardless of how you got that way, your first and only consideration needs to be about taking care of your child and yourself. Allowing strangers, acquaintances, friends w/benefits, boos, boyfriends/girlfriends, and whoever around your child is irresponsible, point blank period.

We only really hear about the situations that end in an extreme way...but we all know many many people who were damaged by their single parent's rotating roster of f*ck buddies/boyfriends/girlfriends/stepparents/etc.
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Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:

Originally posted by GG GG wrote:


But every situation is different...
What about spouses that pass away?
Husbands/wives that leave?
They shouldn't ever have anyone again?


First, most parents are far too negligent about who they allow around their children. That's why so many are physically and/or sexually abused in the first place (or exposed to things they shouldn't be).

Second, if you're a single parent, regardless of how you got that way, your first and only consideration needs to be about taking care of your child and yourself. Allowing strangers, acquaintances, friends w/benefits, boos, boyfriends/girlfriends, and whoever around your child is irresponsible, point blank period.

We only really hear about the situations that end in an extreme way...but we all know many many people who were damaged by their single parent's rotating roster of f*ck buddies/boyfriends/girlfriends/stepparents/etc.


Well I definitely agree with knowing someone well before you just let them around your kids all willy nilly but it's all case by case basis. These type of situations aren't new and they're not gonna end anytime soon either. People just need to exercise more caution.

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Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:

Originally posted by GG GG wrote:

It's just sad all around. It's hard to date being a single mom and knowing whens the right time. It's definitely sketchy territory letting new people around your kids. He wasn't the one to leave in care of her child and she learned the hard way.


Single parents are on my list of people who have no gotdamn business dating. Should be too doggone busy taking care of yourself and your child and making sure they don't end up in the same situation.

And letting some random person around your child is just dumb as hell. At the very least, you need to require the same scrutiny you'd expect teachers, daycare workers, and other folks to go through.


I always, always put my child first when she was young. I had a date with this one guy and he came to my parents house(had to drop off my daughter there anyways) and he was all in her face saying how cute she is...I never went out again with him after that...it was so creepy..plus she didn;'t like him at all cause he was white..LOLLOL she told me.  When she got older I made time to go out, but i still couldn't get into a relationship cause of my daughter now blossoming into womanhood. Meaning her body was way TOO DEVELOPED FOR A 10 YEAR OLD..
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Originally posted by DiorShowGirl DiorShowGirl wrote:

Originally posted by maysay1 maysay1 wrote:

Originally posted by GG GG wrote:

It's just sad all around. It's hard to date being a single mom and knowing whens the right time. It's definitely sketchy territory letting new people around your kids. He wasn't the one to leave in care of her child and she learned the hard way.


Single parents are on my list of people who have no gotdamn business dating. Should be too doggone busy taking care of yourself and your child and making sure they don't end up in the same situation.

And letting some random person around your child is just dumb as hell. At the very least, you need to require the same scrutiny you'd expect teachers, daycare workers, and other folks to go through.




I always, always put my child first when she was young. I had a date with this one guy and he came to my parents house(had to drop off my daughter there anyways) and he was all in her face saying how cute she is...I never went out again with him after that...it was so creepy..plus she didn;'t like him at all cause he was white..LOLLOL she told me.  When she got older I made time to go out, but i still couldn't get into a relationship cause of my daughter now blossoming into womanhood. Meaning her body was way TOO DEVELOPED FOR A 10 YEAR OLD..<span ="Apple-tab-span" style="white-space:pre">     </span>


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why is it that it's always the ones who've never been in a situation with the absolute most to say about it?
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Originally posted by beebeexx beebeexx wrote:

why is it that it's always the ones who've never been in a situation with the absolute most to say about it?


Life is based on "If it were me I would've done it better..."


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