Dating advice for divorced moms
“If you are a parent, a therapist can help you navigate the dating topic with your kids.Young ones don’t understand dating, so the conversation can get awkward.You’re probably going to have some great dates and some really awful dates along the way, just enjoy the experience.“Dating is a journey, and it’s a good way to discover more about yourself – as an individual and in a relationship.About Connatser Family Law: Since founding Connatser Family Law in 2013, Aubrey Connatser and her team have firmly established the next in a line of great Texas divorce and family law firms.To learn more about divorce and child custody in Dallas and Collin Counties, please call 214-306-8441 to speak confidentially with a knowledgeable and compassionate member of the Connatser Family Law team.
About Heather Buen, MBA: Heather Buen talks about her life experiences and offers up ways to help Dallas’ single moms ‘Re-Invent’ their own lives through life transitions.
Working out and eating right is essential, because going through a divorce is very stressful, which can be taxing, both physically and emotionally.” Heather encourages divorced women to plan for the future and get strong financially.
“Do you want to start dating to find someone who can support you financially? I encourage women to work on becoming financially independent, so they can make their own decisions, go out on their own and pursue activities they enjoy,” Heather says.
Find a new hobby, revisit an old one, and think about places and things you want to discover, then add those interests to your online dating profile.” (See Tip No.
7) Heather often turns to her therapist for tips on communicating with her children.
Explain to children that mom is moving forward, and it’s OK for them to move forward, too,” Heather says.