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This isn’t just blind optimism, here, feel free to raise your hand if you’ve ever gotten into a relationship where someone told you that a laundry list of things was cool with them at the outset, only to find out months later that they hate them all.
Like a good friend of mine always says, Honesty is the Best Policy Lastly, many people will tell potential partners up front that they aren’t interested in having a relationship that involves kids, and for some people, that can sometimes hurt, I understand, but it’s much better that they’re honest with you up front, rather than leading you on, only to find out they didn’t mean all of the commitments that they made later.All in all, most men won’t care and will likely be delighted to be around kids, which says a lot about someone; I always watch how people are with animals as well, I’m wary of anyone who hates or dislikes animals, and personally believe it says a lot about a person.Many men I’ve known have been secretly more crushed by having to leave the kids in a relationship than leaving the actual relationship, they just couldn’t help bonding so strongly with the future generations, and their so-called So while I can’t speak on the behalf of all men, I am going to emphatically say that most of us not only don’t care but will have a lot of fun with kids in the picture.Within a week of our first date, we’d met four more times to hike, drink craft beer, and even go for a run together, while my son frolicked at my parents’ place. Saturday mornings were spent at the market or the beach, sleeping in before meandering to brunch on Sundays.Then the new school year was suddenly upon me and our relationship was catapulted to the next level. “Non-traditional” families are increasingly common and single parents like myself could use a guide to relationships.
I was recently asked this by a few women who seemed particularly concerned that in leaving their previous relationships, finding a new relationship might be challenging, so I’d like to offer some insight from the perspective of a man who’s spent much of his life listening to men and how they speak around other men, to perhaps shed some light on the situation.