Three years and six months later -- we are one super happy family and all because we took it slowly.I love my children too much to rush into anything with anyone. More from Gal Time.com: • 5 Tips for Dating a Guy with Kids • Why You Shouldn't Rule Out Single Parents • 5 Movies Guys Say They Love...I had to be sure he would be in my life in for a long time. I had a pool party with about four adult guests, him being one of them. We did about five more group outings before he came to do things with just me and my two children.
[Click here to keep reading…] “I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once.” Love is strange and mysterious: it can happen in the blink of an eye before we know what hit us, or it can envelop us slowly.
Because it’s not always the same for everyone, a lot of people don’t understand what love truly is.
So let’s talk about the best ways to start a conversation.
[Click here to keep reading…] Breakups are awful, and what can make them even worse is when he’s moved on but you haven’t.
You can almost always get him back, you just need to know what to do, and that’s where I come in.
[Click here to keep reading…] The art of conversation seems to be mostly lost these days, but that doesn’t mean it has lost any importance!
It may feel like you’re in a rut, stuck in the same place. But maybe you’re rationalizing things and deluding yourself into thinking you’re over it when you aren’t even close.
If you suspect you haven’t quite fallen out of love, you likely haven’t.
This article first appeared on Gal By Marina Sbrochi You thought dating was hard the first time? You don’t want to introduce someone and one month later have to explain to your children why they don’t see "Mike" anymore. Telling your children they have to be nice or like someone is a sure fire way to ruin the meeting. For instance, a backyard BBQ with friends and your new man. Trust me, going slow now will ensure you have success later. One Mom, One Dad : Reassure your children that they only have one mom and one dad. I told my children this a few months after I introduced my then boyfriend to them.