When it comes to relationships, I’m fond of saying, But there are a few couples in my life who I look to as models of the kind of marriage I’d like one day. They are the dynamic centriforce around which the family’s life orbits. There is lots of research to suggest that a happy marriage is the cornerstone of well-adjusted kids. D., writes in her relationship guide, The Book of Love: “No matter how sacrilegious it sounds, you need to put your relationship before your children. If you’re not in a committed relationship, it is very easy to make your kids the prominent one in your life.
And in these families, the parents put their relationship before the kids.
I was still in the innocent world of a second grader when I put that question to you. But that’s another post altogether.) This purpose of this post is to introduce you to Phil, a very articulate single dad reader who often comments here.
I’ve had the chance to meet Phil in person — and I’m thrilled to announce that he has a new girlfriend.
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Among the men I am meeting both via online or when out at a bar, I've got single dads, young guys, creepy men, and lifelong bachelors inching their way into my section of the dating pool.
The creepy men are an absolute no, and the lifelong bachelors are just as frustrating as they were when I was single, before my divorce.
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