Tips dating dads
I wasn’t ready to share my life with someone and really needed the time to grow and figure out who I was, and what I really wanted in my life.
When I finally decided that I was ready to date again, I had this expectation that dating in your 30s was going to be just like dating in your 20s.
Rule #2: Know the Difference Between Expectations and Standards Standards are the things you must have in a relationship—mutual respect, attraction, fun, etc.
Expectations, however, set you up for disappointment, and they blind you when you've got something good.
Even the most macho dads can be tenderhearted nurturers when the situation calls for it.
Boy, was I wrong, and what a smack into reality I received!
Here’s the deal, when you are a single woman in her mid-30s, with no children, pretty much every man you are going to meet, that is your age, and you want to date is going to have children.
This is sure to create a happy life, and hopefully a long relationship. We just got married, so I must have done something right, but I can tell you, I did a lot wrong.
And there were tons of things that I never expected when I started dating a single dad, but it has been an amazing adventure.