After a time, I got back on my feet and ventured out. A lot more single moms than I had ever noticed before. It's an all-time high -- and it's not due to teen moms (teen motherhood is at its lowest rate in 65 years).
Births to unmarried women ages 25 to 29 are up 30 percent since 1991; births to unmarried women ages 30 to 44 are up 17 percent.
If the single lady you are interested in is also a single mom, chances are her free time is limited. Yes, you need time together and yes, you should make her list of priorities, but don’t expect to be the list, and don’t whine if she wants to see friends or recharge alone. Don’t just understand that they come first, embrace it. This can be challenging in the best, most-amicable of situations, thanks to our very human natures and pesky evolutionary flaws like jealousy. She loved, she created a family, and at some point, she let go.
You know how to flirt, how to ask someone out, how to be charming, interesting, and an altogether enjoyable date. If she is running up against challenges, offer her love and support and encouragement in whatever form speaks to her.
If you've been in the dating scene for any significant length of time, you likely feel you've got it handled. Her life is full of responsibility and commitments and little people who need her.
Here are some tips to help you get the most out of dating a single mom, or even to simply encourage you to give it a shot. You certainly can be a player if that is all you are looking for, but unless you know for sure that the single mom you are wooing wants the same thing, this could seriously backfire on you.
There are single moms out there actively seeking a ring on their finger, and if you play games with the wrong one, you will find yourself in a mess that you’d rather not be in. Don’t be fake Don’t pretend to like her or pretend you are interested, just so that you can have a fling.