Single mom dating man without kids

Even if you were to marry her, the child(ren) will always come first, whereas being with a childless woman means YOU come first. So you’d bond with her children and then you (and the children) would have to endure the pain of losing or restricting that bond with each other.That’s bad enough for you, but you should not be a party to putting a child through that.3) Being around the child(ren) exposes you to false charges of abuse.First it will start off with having to pay for babysitters, and then she will want to have “dates” on which the child(ren) will come along.So not only will you not be getting sex, but you’re going to have to hang out at Chuck E.This is not saying that having a child isn’t worth it, but this is not about YOU having a child. Her body was changed by something that is of no benefit to you.6) You don’t want to be a father.She has demonstrated already that she doesn’t know how to effectively use contraception OR otherwise doesn’t make good choices because she made children with the wrong guy (most likely)*, and has demonstrated that she WANTS to be a mother as she kept the child.A woman without a child has much more freedom to be available for you.

Especially since women are more likely to file for divorce, marrying a divorced woman means you are more likely to end up divorced from her.Some men are dating for sex, others are dating for marriage and sex, for example. Men, especially men with game, have a choice in women. Unless you’re a pedophile, it is extremely unlikely that a woman with a child has anything to offer that’s of benefit to you that a woman without a child lacks.Conversely, here are the downsides of dating a single mother, in no particular order:1) The kid(s) will always come first for her, and that’s the way it should be. By no man, though, I don’t mean there aren’t any men. But it seems there are no men who want me, at the stage I’m in, with my three kids, a house, and a cat, and, most importantly, with no father for my children living nearby to share in the parenting responsibility (my ex-husband lives 8,000 miles away). Even as a little girl, I always dreamed of being a mother. But I’m not young either, which as a single woman, sometimes makes me feel like I live in a divorced no man’s land—literally.

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