Dating Tips for Single Fathers: Take Control of Your Sex Life.
Father’s Day is upon us, so it’s important to stop for a second and recognize the realities of the single dad. Mastering your sex life can be hard enough, but most dads find an even tougher challenge in balancing their dating life and fatherhood, especially if they’re coming off a long period of monogamy and trying to figure out how much the dating world has changed.
Being a good dad doesn’t have to mean being lonely though. Here are a few tips to help you get through this Father’s Day and beyond with your sex life intact.
1. Communicate With Your Kids
One of the keys to relationships, both those with your children and those with your lovers, is good communication. So, it’s important to let your kids know what’s going on in your life and what your intentions are.
You don’t have to fill them in on every feeling you’re having or every dirty deed you’re planning with some casual fling, but you shouldn’t hide the fact that you’re dating. Kids should know how the real world works – even if it’s a bit much to swallow at first, openness will foster trust and make things easier in the long run.
2. Act Your Position
Heading back on the prowl again can be exciting. You start feeling like a young buck again, eager to get out there chasing women and, yeah, enjoying those late nights in the club. But don’t get carried away and start living out your college kegger days again.
You’ve got responsibilities. You’re a father.
And believe it or not, responsibility is sexy. Women see a guy whose got kids and takes care of them, and even if they’re not looking to play a mother role, most respect it.
Own your role in life.
3. Don’t Give the Wrong Impression
With kids it’s a given – you don’t ever want to let someone get too close with them unless it’s serious. Equally important, however, is to realize that a lot of women have a natural mother instinct, and certain types are drawn to men who might be eager to settle down.
If that’s not what you’re looking for, be clear about that. Let women know your dating life and your family life are separate and you want to keep it that way.
4. Be Careful Who You Date
Men and women both have a horrible habit of letting the wrong type of people into their lives because they think they can control it. It’s just a lie, they tell themselves.
The reality is we’re only human; what was supposed to be nothing serious with some chemically-imbalanced party girl turns into a relationship – spend enough time boinking someone and chances are you end up dating. Then, you’ve suddenly got some fruitcake in your children’s lives.
Even if you do manage to keep your feelings out of an irresponsible fling, you never know what some nutcase will do when they realize you’re done with them. As a father with children, avoid drama like the plague.
And that’s easiest when you…
5. Make Dating a Priority
Look, you need a social life. You need a romantic life, and at the very least, you need a sex life. Don’t deprive yourself that.
But also keep in mind that you can avoid a lot of the drama mentioned above by having choices about the women you date. If you’ve been off the dating scene for a while, you might not realize that there is a whole new field of the manosphere that consists of men studying the science of attraction and learning to master their skills of seduction.
That means options.
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Make it your gift to yourself this Father’s Day. You won’t regret it.
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