I am not saying that dating as a single mother is a nightmare for everyone…just has been for me ( insert the perfect emoji face).Let me first say that dating without a child was no picnic either.In short, if you have two X chromosomes (which would make you a bona fide female), you need this book in your life. It started with a divorce, and ended in a second marriage.I learned so much during that time, enjoyed the gift of closeness with my children, being able to lavish them with all my attention.
The main point, clearly, is that LARCs are an effective anti-poverty tool.
What did I get, gain, achieve in these two relationships? In my research, I learned some important truths about being single: time.
It is a word that describes a person who is strong enough to live and enjoy life without depending on others.” Yes, I am scared. So I started reading about being single, and interviewing other happy single people.
Another stigma that gets under my skin is the comment I hear many men use, “single moms are easy, you know they put out.” It seems to be a common thought that single moms sleep around looking for attention from males.
I try not to let these comments get to me; however, I cannot always be there when my daughter is being judged.