Books on dating a single dad

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Your boyfriend can’t just hop on a plane because you found a good deal at a hotel.

He has to coordinate babysitters, write out detailed instructions for them, and make sure his child doesn’t have some important event he wants his dad at that weekend.

The guy probably won’t tell you because, well, he only wants to parent one person in his life. Don’t do any of these things when dating a single dad.

But in this moment when men are struggling to claim their place as equal parents while society expects divorced dads to be the lackadaisical weekend father, I get why you are compelled to go overboard with your expressed devotion. If you are indeed ready for a real love, create a space for her.

Lisa Copeland is a fabulous woman, with a passion for helping women to find quality men.

If you have you have ever noticed that older men are unlikely to make eye contact with your or have felt completely ignored at a dance or party, Lisa thinks she knows why.

The subject line grabbed me: “support groups for dads with crazy ex-wives.” Now, I’m wary whenever I hear any divorced person – man or woman – call an ex-spouse crazy.

After two divorces, I’ve learned that fault rarely lies entirely with one party in a split.

Bill described his lengthy divorce proceedings and custody battle with his ex-wife.

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