Father’s Day Fun: 5 Reasons To Date A Single Dad
Dating a single dad may seem threatening, but it comes with several benefits as well.
Many women are put off by the idea of dating a guy with kids. The reasons for this are numerous and personal. Some women may think that a single father won’t give them the attention they want or deserve. Others worry that kids will mean a never-ending link between their man and his ex-wife. Then there are those who simply don’t care for children; sticky hands and snotty noses aren’t what they’re looking for in their dating life.
But, with Father’s Day just around the corner (seriously, how is it the middle of June already…in 2014 no less), it’s an apt time to reflect on whether or not a single date is a solid romantic investment.
The worries and fears that many women harbor are indeed warranted. The typical single dad sees, and should see, their child as the most important thing in his life. But, of course, this preoccupation isn’t limited to guys who have procreated; a childless man can be just as preoccupied with work, a hobby, or his pet pigmy goat that he is just a little too close to for it to be socially acceptable.
The point is that all relationships have an If Factor: “If this happens” or “if that happens”. The goal is to look past the If Factor into the heart of the person you’re interested in. Once you do that, you may find that single dads make some of the best lovers. And, here’s why:
There’s more to single dads than baby mama drama. Read more about some ways they may bring more to the relationship than you think at YourTango.