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Read more Unlike most college-aged kiddos, my sights were never set on studying abroad.
She has some real concerns about how the relationship is going and wanted to hear from my perspective the true dynamics of what she's experiencing.
Let me first say that I'm not a relationship expert. I’m nothing more than a dad who has walked an interesting path on my way to raising two wonderful kids.
Here are 10 questions single moms and dads need to ask potential partners: Next, if you feel satisfied that your new love interest is a good fit for your family, it's critical to determine the best time to introduce them to your children.
This is the number one question single parents ask me. Even if you are madly in love and seem to have a lot in common with your new love interest, breakups are common and kids get caught in the crossfire.
I’ve had some real life experiences regarding this topic and I've learned somehow to navigate my way through the circumstances.
Now I have the privilege of sharing a bit of what I’ve learned on this blog. You might also know that my first marriage didn't quite work out as I'd hoped.
You can read Today we have a blended family of four.