Courtship dating imeem
Changing the way we argue with each other, when we do, makes a huge difference in how we feel about each other afterwards.As for red flags, if I know a guy has a kid or kids, I ask about their relationship, how often they see each other, whether he has a decent relationship with the child's mother.I am finding this adjustment to be a very difficult, sobering experience but I am also making an effort to do what is right regardless of how trying that may be.It may be, but it's the only reasoning that really counts. Children suffer enough from a divorce, that they don't need to see PDA's from various opposite sex sources. speaking for myself and from personal first-hand experience, I think two adults can indeed sit down and broach the subject of "going steady" lol, or as it is also called "entering an exclusive relationship".Most would say the reasons for keeping a new potential mate distant from the kids for a while is because one needs to be certain they will be staying before allowing the children to become attached; I will not debate the wisdom of this but I will say that it is incomplete reasoning.
To speak to directly to one of questions in the original post, children should probably stay out of the picture longer than they did for Moira and I.
For example, what should you consider a "red flag"? At least, those who may hope to find everlasting love. Rather than aimlessly droning about our feelings, we work toward integrating our lives and moving toward making two into one.