Can a single mom find love?

United States
February 26, 2008 2:22pm CST
I am 26 years old and a newly single mom I am not interested in meeting a guy now because I am still dealing with my baby's daddy but would like to meet someone a few years down the line but how much luck will i have. I have heard that alot of guys run when they see a single mom because they consider it to be too much drama. Is that true?
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5 responses
26 Feb 08
This is sometimes true but Ill tell you right now from my personal situations those guys are not worth a $#!% anyhow. I met my husband when my oldest was about 6 shes now 13 and we have 2 of our own:) Any Man that doesnt give you a chance because you have a child is too childish to be a Man and they need a reality check! When you do decide to find someone long term be up front about your child and youll find someone thats worth it and should be a good father to your child.
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@cherriemae (3374)
• Philippines
8 Apr 08
hey there, i'm 28yrs old and also a single mom for 4yrs now..my daughter is already 3 and until now, i dont have yet a boyfriend because i'm busy with my work and with my daughter..but maybe someday, i will find the right person..and of course, i still believe that single moms can still find a true love..
@soulist (2986)
• United States
27 Feb 08
of course it is possible for a single mom to found love. My mom had two teenage kids and found love. It comes with time and hard work to find a guy that is that accepting and loves you enough to love the kids too.
@nanayangel (7862)
• Philippines
27 Feb 08
Hi there! I think that it is really possible for anyone at all to find love. Well, I don't know about what men really think about single moms but I think that you shouldn't worry if they run because if they do, they're definitely not worth it.
@miller1978 (1104)
• United States
26 Feb 08
I'm a single mom as well and I had no problem finding a guy that doesn't mind me having children. He's about a year younger than I and we get along great. He never wanted any children of his own and I can't have anymore. We have a few problems with enforcing rules here and there because he would rather be their friend than be a parental figure (we're still working on this part). Make sure you are ready to take the steps of looking for someone to share you and your child's lives with. Once you have accomplished that you will find someone who deserves both of you. Don't rush anything though.