Dating after divorce and child

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Media Contact: Barbara Fornasiero; EAFocus Communications, 248.260.8466; [email protected] Connell Linton, Woll & Woll, 248.354.6070, [email protected], Mich.– April 26, 2016 – Beginning a new relationship after divorce can be tricky, especially if there are minor children involved. C., a Michigan-based divorce and family law practice with more than 20 years of experience in complex family law issues, offers eight tips for divorced parents as they pursue a romantic life post-divorce: “Children don’t need to be introduced to a revolving door of romantic partners,” Woll said.

While a parent may be eager to begin meeting new people after recovering emotionally from a divorce, it can mean different things to every child.

To quote the great , when you find the person you want to spend the rest of your life with, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible. It may not be exactly easy to integrate that love into the life you had with your kids before that person came along, but it's not impossible.

You may find that you spend more time thinking about your motherly (or fatherly) physique. Keep in mind that if you're dating in your age range, the people you're dating are probably thinking the same things about their body that you are. Our approach was to always try to make our house a place of safety and stability. In fact it's not only possible, it's completely worth it.

Children of divorced parents definitely have something to say about their parents dating again after divorce.

I interviewed several children of divorced parents and they, without hesitation, had some things to say.

It may also cause them to realize that it is a reality that their parents are never going to get back together.

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