The gal that you're interested in dating is a single mom. You're drawn to her because she is very mature and independent (and beautiful, no doubt)—you like that.But along with her fears, feelings, and needs that you have to be willing to give your all to, she might have a few kids that will need that same sort of support and love as well.When she feels comfortable with you, and she trusts you enough, you'll get to meet her kids, but you've got to take it slow.
Either way, do what you can to show her that you are a decent guy—open the door for her (yes, the car door and the door into the restaurant), speak kindly about her and other people, be genuinely interested in her. Don't be coughing up the big bucks at some fancy restaurant just so you can get some later. Rule #5: Give Her the Support That She Needs I've never been a single mom before, but I know a few, and they have got a ton on their plate.
Unfortunately, I've heard of stuff like that happening. and then wallow in sadness with a canned sandwich and instant oatmeal. I've found that being straight up with how you feel yields awesome benefits. Chances are she's already a little tender from stuff that's happened in the past. What's more enjoyable than a beautiful woman happily telling you about everything that she loves?
Rule #2: Cut the Crap and Quit Playing Games Playing games with your prospective partner's emotions is reserved for teenagers. Being honest and having good communication skills, from what I’ve heard, are of HUGE importance if you want a successful relationship. Maybe sushi, but this definitely comes in as a close second.
To others, the word summons horrific memories of blind dates that made you want to run for the hills.
For me, the word triggers memories of blown money, awkward silences, over-analyzed text messages, and just straight-up awkwardness.
Rule #8: Just Be Patient Good things come to those who wait. Give her time to really feel able to share her feelings, her desires, her fears, her children, and herself with you.