Exclusive dating transition conversation

14 Jul

If you do love kids, or are tolerant of kids in a friendly way, then you must realize that dating a woman with a child is like dating two people.

You have to cater to both on some level, especially if the child is a female herself.

Engage the child in conversation when he/she’s around but make it natural conversation, not forced conversation.

Most teens are cynical and standoffish to new boyfriends so you have to expect hostility initially.

A suave, zen-like guy who can hold in his inner lion is great but if you have a temper tantrum throwing lunatic around your baby, you need to drop him like a bad habit.

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We’ve been seeing each other for just over a month now. And if we don’t call, don’t commit, and don’t propose to you (all in a reasonable amount of time), then guess what? We’re just going to continue with our happy, low-stakes status quo that you so generously allow. And since it’s pretty clear after three months that he doesn’t want to see you more than once a week, you’re gonna have to cut him off.

I seem to always attract “great guys”, and we always have a lot of fun.

But anytime I want to gently “clarify” what he wants (kids, family) nearly each and every guy I’ve dated shies away. And you ask so many questions that you scare men, and sabotage your own relationships.

Don’t go turning on the young man’s Madden game and professing your “skills” in hopes that the video game will bond you to him.

Don’t go talking about the girl’s favorite band as if you listen to it, because she probably knows that you don’t and you will look like a fool trying to get in.