However, I have never heard of any states having any oppressive laws like that.[/QUOTE Texas has some laws that are very unfair to men - In Texas, if a mother is married when she gives birth, her husband is legally the father.If she is not married, the presumed father is encouraged to sign an Acknowledgement of Paternity when the baby is born.I finally got the go signal from not one of them, but both of them! I scored with both of these honies at the same time. " we went to their place to---ahem---get to know each other (they together), and I thought I was in for a real treat. When I got in there were all these rugrats running around (maybe four), and this woman says, "Oh Jill, you're here. I'm late for work." And she says bye and the three of us are left alone in the apt. However, I have never heard of any states having any oppressive laws like that.I ask if that was the kids's mother and they say, "No, they're our kids." Each of them has two kids. I sit down on the couch and I look at this elementary school kid playing with his toys, and I'm thinking, "Get your ass outta here! " But I kept throwing that thought outta my head until the kid comes up and talks to me. I pinched myself to see if I was dreaming and then when I found I wasn't, I raced outta that apartment like there was a timebomb in it. If you think dating a woman with kids has perils then just don't date a woman with kids..Those women got knocked up by some dude they knew wouldn't care about them if they got pregnant, and now they gotta deal with it. Please note: The suggestions and advice offered on this web site are opinions only and are not to be used in the place of professional psychological counseling or medical advice.If you or someone close to you is currently in crisis or in an emergency situation, contact your local law enforcement agency or emergency number. If you didn’t have kids, how could you possibly understand the ins and outs of raising children? And, as you know, I am now married to a man who did not have any kids. ) So, when I recently heard from a man who’s dating a single mom, I paused because the story sounded similar to mine. She wants him to be a part of their lives, “but she uses the phrase ‘baby steps’ a lot, which says to me… And I don’t want to leave, so I guess I’m resigned to giving the relationship more time.” If you’re a single mom, have you ever dated a man without kids? If you’re a single guy (I know that some of you DO read this blog!
you just can't get past the responsibility aspect of it .. In my first marriage I was a steparent to a wonderful little girl.I can tell you that most of the negatives you painted about women with kids are just false and the last one about the child support is just not accurate at all and isn't based on any law that exists on the books in any state.
Source: If there were such a law, it would be a state law, not federal.
The federal government has no jurisdiction over family law issues. At least you know your limits and there isn't anything wrong with that..
I figured that a dad came with real life experience.
Well, she’s a kid and doesn’t understand her mom’s need for male companionship.” In response to her daughter’s fears, this mom has asked her boyfriend to slow down. “I want to give the daughter time to accept and trust a new man in their lives. I’m a single guy, and I get a bit lonely.” In the meantime, the mom has made it very clear that she cares about him, but she’s afraid.
“But sometimes she reminds me that her mom is just fine without me!