Moms for dating ages 45 to 50 online dating

I’m not sure what a man is his late 30s was expecting, but I sincerely doubt he’s found it yet.Then there was the guy who wouldn’t accept that I’m only free every other weekend and wanted to come round to my house once my son was asleep.I do realise this all sounds pretty depressing, but then, by some miracle, when I’d been single for around a year I met Jack* – someone I really liked who seemed to really like me.As his kids were grown up, he didn’t suggest we have our first date at a soft play area or express his disdain for solo parents.In fact, I know I will meet someone special one day.Someone who understands that being a mum will always come first, but that I also want and deserve an exciting social and sex life as much as anyone who doesn’t have kids.

Now when I spot the word ‘spontaneous’ in a man’s dating profile, I swipe left.

Gradually I introduced him to Josh, and I also felt like I could trust him with my post-baby body.

That’s another part of hook-ups I’ve found difficult – someone who isn’t the father of my child (and therefore has no obligation to be kind) seeing my body.

And while I obviously ditched the dating sites while I was seeing Jack, I’m now on the verge of reactivating my profiles.

However, that initial burst of optimism has worn off – is it really worth dipping my toe in the water again?

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