Ah, the office romance. It happens—sometimes out of nowhere. But dating a co-worker is risky. However, you and your potential partner should at least give it some serious thought before you forge forward into significant-other territory.
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Want to discuss? Please read our Commenting Policy first. Not every date is going to result in another one, nor is it a promise for a future relationship. Neither person wants to come out looking like the bad guy. So women are more honest and direct about it. And you always seem to be the one to text him first. These guys will be more casual, like suggesting you go over to their place and you guys will order takeout.
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Commitment can be a very scary thing for many young people, myself included. I am now at a stage in my life where I can be very committed, but I wasn't this way just a year or two ago. I was a young something dude with issues. I was a commitment-phobe who dated a lot of women with no intention of ever settling down.
Everyone is under the impression that the hardest thing about dating when you're a single mom is ultimately scheduling. You have to arrange for your kid s to be taken care of — whether that's by a family member, a co-parent, or someone you're paying — anytime you want to so much as grab a quick drink with another person. And to be fair, that stuff can be a pain in the ass, but every part of being a mom requires coordination to a degree that seems super-human to non-parents. The truth is, booking a babysitter is a minor, easily attainable detail about dating as a single mom compared to the actual big variable we have to deal with: the people we date. While some people who don't have kids somehow magically slide into dating a mom with ease and a shocking lack of burdensome presumptions, most people we date