Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-31 09:28:06
ID: 54181
I have a child, but I refuse to date men with kids. I have dated guys with kids in the past, that is why I refuse to ever do it again.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-30 22:57:14
ID: 54177
In response to a confession. Dont forget they want blow jobs and someone to help pay the bills in addition to someone to clean up, cook, and drive the kids where they want to go. You have most of the responsibilities of being a parent, with none of the rights or advantages.
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Posted by: Stormyweather
2018-03-30 18:38:49
ID: 54170
Has anyone dated a man with kids, whose wife (the mom) is deceased? Thoughts? Experiences?
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-30 14:17:11
ID: 54166
There's a difference between putting someone you date over your kids or someone you marry over your kids. By the time you marry you should be a united front with a stable relationship dedicated to making all kids involved in the family prosper. Unfortunately most men are so emotionally involved with their kids that they can't love a woman enough to achieve that kind of union with her. They mostly just want someone to clean up, cook, and drive the kids where they want to go.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-29 20:49:24
ID: 54154
In response to a confession. No man (or woman) should ever put any new love interest over his kids. Ever. If you don't want to be 2nd to his kids, which you should be, then absolutely don't date a man with kids. But don't get mad at a dad (or mom) for making his kids, who have probably been through a fair amount of shit already if their parents aren't together, ahead of you. That's exactly what they should be doing.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-29 13:57:09
ID: 54148
Everything is always wrong when you date a man who has kids. ALWAYS. It never gets better. It's a rare divorced man who can put any woman over his kids. The kids are always perfect and you're not. Get out while you can.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-29 02:25:04
ID: 54141
I am about to give up on dating men with kids. My boyfriend just sent me some pics of his kids, which he has done before, and I saved them, which I have done before, so he just messaged me "You saved pics of my kids??!!" EVERYTHING I do is wrong when it comes to his kids.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-28 23:25:12
ID: 54140
My DH has some sort of issue with his back. I suspect it's sciatica because he says it radiates down into his hips and legs. He can barely get out of bed in the morning without twinging and cramping up. I wish he would just go and see the damn doctor and get diagnosed or referred for a TENS unit, but he claims he can just stretch and that will fix it. I think he just doesn't want the doctor telling him he needs to lose weight.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-28 00:08:24
ID: 54074
My boyfriend is about 3/4" shorter than me. What's the big deal? Is a man somehow less manly if he's slightly shorter than you? Do you need protecting from a big bear of a man? What a stupid thing to get hung up on.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-03-27 23:47:44
ID: 54099
In response to a confession. No shit it isn't a great relationship, LOL. All I'm saying is that most people never even question women working the second shift. It's generational. It's expected. I'm not saying, by any stretch of the imagination, that this is healthy for a relationship. But it's become so normalized in our society that it can take years for some women to recognize. That's why I never make assumptions about relationships I read about on here. Maybe she's in a shitty marriage with a total asshole. Maybe she's tired of living her life based on outdated societal gender norms.
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