I have been dating a wonderful man for about four months now.We’ve known each other almost 20 years prior to dating, and the transition to an amorous relationship was easy and natural.

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He’s a fantastic and committed single dad who has his 5-year-old son 50% of the time; he and his ex-divorced several years ago.

She has struggled with addiction, thus making co-parenting a bit of a struggle at times. He’s truly wonderful; he’s kind, thoughtful, treats me with so much respect.

I can also assure you that there are millions more who have found a way to make things work in a second marriage, so if this guy can’t give you what you need, don’t be afraid of looking elsewhere for a man who can.

Please come back and let us know what transpires, okay? I too am dating a perfect-for-me man who is a divorced dad I’ve been friends with for decades.

(Note: You may want to bookmark this article as it’s quite long and you will need it constantly as you move forward in this mission) This guide is for you if you want your ex girlfriend back, your ex wife back or your ex fiancé back.

This guide is for you if you are a teenager in high school, you in your 20s, 30s, 40s or even 50s.

We’ve scrupulously avoided lying, but the omission is pretty misleading…) My boyfriend’s ex is sober and reliable if not particularly interested in being accommodating, so our challenges with making time for each other are more about being a long-distance relationship than about parenting responsibilities.

We went from dating other people to monogamous pretty much from the first date; the other milestones are well behind that “natural timeline.” It occurs to me that I should have one of these talks with my SO not because I’m excited to get married again but because I know he’s open to the idea and I should probably be careful that I’m not stringing him along.

First of all, I want more time with him (more than once a week); I understand that he wants to be very cautious about bringing people into his son’s life, and that means there’s less time for he and I to spend together.

However, I want a serious relationship that is continuously growing.

Otherwise, you’re right: all the best communication skills and purest intentions in the world don’t change the fact that you have a once a week guy on your hands.3. You’re a couple looking for a solution and a good boyfriend wants to make his girlfriend happy.