8 rules for dating a single mom
You don’t need to go all out and strike up full hour long, or heart-to-heart conversations.
Just letting her know that you are interested in vying for her attention on a regular basis and helping by taking the second guessing of whether you are actually interested is enough to start the wooing process.
On a good day my head doesn’t hit the pillow until 10pm, but on most days I am finally laying down to go to sleep around -12.
We are used to being independent and take charge kind of girls, and running nonstop everyday; having someone smother us, vie for our attention, and try to take control is not what we need.
All the normal rules of dating are thrown out the window. One of the biggest myths about single moms is that we are clingy and wanting to settle down right away.
While this is true for some, the majority of single moms, the exact opposite is true.
In fact if that is what you do, you will only come across as desperate and clingy. With everything else on our minds and so many tasks that need to be done on a daily basis, it is easy for a us single moms to not even think of or have a thought of the guy were interested in.
If you really want to win over a single mom, do little things that show you are thinking of her; like a goodnight or good morning text, hope your day is good email, or if you know she has an important meeting posting a good song or funny picture to her Facebook to get her pumped and make her smile.
Never lead a single mom on or waste her time; making us think things could go somewhere when you know they won’t will only make things end badly.
You must be OK with the fact that you will never be her number one or even second or third priority.
For me, my number one is my relationship with God, then comes my kids, and then work and family.
Any extra time a single mom has is very important to her, and hard to come by, and the fact is her wasting it on someone who isn’t in it for the same reasons as her are ultimately going to end badly for you.
Single moms should be treated like a woman ought to be treated.