Men dating women with children
If you’re relatively young and single, chances are you have a bit of disposable income.
Yet, while your older man probably earns a decent salary, you should remember that he might have more serious financial commitments than you.
Jonathan Cass, 52, has joined their ranks, having been single for three years, and now makes a point of swiping left on dating apps and rejecting women if there’s any mention of a little one at home. “There’s a real trend in current parenting that the children always have to come first and women now seem to live for their kids” says Jonathan, who works in film and television and lives in Dunmow, Essex. King Richez posted a video on not dating single mothers which amongst other things says: “She should be focused on her kids – not on penis” - and Richard Cooper's You Tube talk on the Dangers of Dating Single Mothers has been viewed 583, 297 times.
This clip opens with a slide showing a woman holding a baby with the meme: “Single mother here: please take care of some other man’s ball of flesh that eats money destroys dreams and s***s stress.
Then again, you might not either, so you might be perfect for each other.
He may be 45 and fit now, but when you’re reaching middle age, he might be classed as an OAP and will most likely suffer from the health issues that hit men of a certain age.
These problems have to become yours too if you’re to have a happy, understanding relationship.
Most importantly talk everything through; these aren’t issues that are just going to go away.
Meeting someone later in life means they’re more likely to have become set in their ways.
Also, while your older man might lack the sex drive of a 22 year-old, he will likely have the experience to put many younger men to shame.