Dating single moms protecting children
Even if you were to marry her, the child(ren) will always come first, whereas being with a childless woman means YOU come first. So you’d bond with her children and then you (and the children) would have to endure the pain of losing or restricting that bond with each other.
That’s bad enough for you, but you should not be a party to putting a child through that.3) Being around the child(ren) exposes you to false charges of abuse.
A woman without a child has much more freedom to be available for you.
An unmarried mother should put her child(ren) first.
Some men are dating for sex, others are dating for marriage and sex, for example. Men, especially men with game, have a choice in women. Unless you’re a pedophile, it is extremely unlikely that a woman with a child has anything to offer that’s of benefit to you that a woman without a child lacks.
Conversely, here are the downsides of dating a single mother, in no particular order:1) The kid(s) will always come first for her, and that’s the way it should be.
Finally, if you marry her, you will DEFINITELY be paying more.5) A woman who has given birth can’t ever have a body close to what she had before carrying a child.
It doesn’t matter what she says as far as “I don’t want another child” or “I can’t get pregnant” or “I’m using contraception” or “I wouldn’t ask anything of you.” Women lie or change their minds about this sort of thing all of time**, and even if she doesn’t, a court can make you be Daddy, financially anyway.7) You don’t want to be divorced.
Especially since women are more likely to file for divorce, marrying a divorced woman means you are more likely to end up divorced from her.
As you can see, whether you’re just looking for sex or you actually do want to get married (= legally obligating yourself to give at least half of everything you’ll ever earn to a woman, being held legally/financially responsible for any children she births during the marriage whether they are yours or not), you should avoid single mothers.
This is written to protect men (and, somewhat, children).