Thirties dating twenties

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Instead of dating cute 34-year-old single guys who don’t have kids, how about you date cute 43-year-old guys who are in the exact same spot in life, who understand your predicament, who have obligations of their own, and who will be delighted to meet a woman who gets THEM.

You shouldn’t quit because single men your age want sex and more time. So I stay away from that for the same reasons that men stay away from women with children..

I was married for ten years, have four beautiful boys under 9 and have a very fulfilling and successful career.

My life is happy, but I really would love to share it with someone…

I’ve been in a terrible relationship before and honestly now, I’d rather be alone than with the wrong guy.

I believe I have a lot to offer – I am caring, kind, warm, loyal and intelligent. I am not looking for a father for the boys; they have one.

Well, let me clarify: I have no shortage of “dates”. I have an outgoing personality and seem to be asked out a lot…

I guess I must be in reasonable shape because NOBODY can guess I’ve even had four kids, or that I’m even 34 (I get asked out by guys in their early 20s- I feel like I should read them a story and tuck them into bed… we usually go on a few dates, everything is going wonderful… I’m not talking about church bells, but just to an actual relationship. I am sick of being treated like a piece of ass, and treated like I must be desperate because I have kids.

I’m going to do my best to summarize– and explain what you can learn from it. 1) Men have a very fair assessment of women’s overall attractiveness.

but dating when you have FOUR kids is like the Mt Everest of the dating world!

It seems almost impossible for men to see past that.

Maybe your ex shares custody and gives you weekends off, but I think we can all agree that women with four kids have less available time than women without four kids.

And if the greatest gift a woman can give a man is her time, who are men going to gravitate towards – the harried mom who has to manage four lunches, babysitters, soccer practice, and bedtime routines – or the one who is blissfully unencumbered by such essential responsibilities?

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