Dating for divorced moms

We listen and listen, but who is there to listen to us?

It will mean more to her than any words could ever express. I've heard it over and over again from my friends and other women in the same boat -- we need and want sex, lots of it; not with lots of people, with someone who we love and trust.After the day is over and she's tended to everyone else's needs, she will want to express her sensual side and be passionate.From the outside, we may look the same as our single comrades (with no children,) but the insides of our lives, minds and hearts are vastly different.Single moms don't have the same free will as other single women.My advice is to be sensitive to her single/dating immaturity.

She's only known the security of married life -- all in and completely devoted.I wrote this piece with the intention of supporting the man interested in a woman with children.To offer him a peek inside her life, to help him understand her better.I sit down and across from me, empty space, on either side of me, joy -- bouncing legs, crumbs and buttery hands yearning to tell me about their days and I listen, but there is something missing: a partner.Someone who's there to listen, contribute to the conversation, and asks the questions I forget to ask, who catches the conversation like the catcher in a game, and throws the ball back to me, As mothers, we feel forgotten a lot.One of the most important actions a man can take when dating or building a relationship with a woman with this cargo ship of obligation is to be respectful of her time and her life.