Wisdom for dating single mothers


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Here's a few pearls of wisdom from men who know:"If you think you've found 'the one', ask yourself if that person would stick with you through thick and thin. If you're even a bit unsure, he/she may not be 'the one'."I have a friend who lost his job and pretended to go to work for a week for fear of [what] his wife would think/do. If that were to happen to me, my wife would be the first person I'd want to tell and run home to. It's easy to fall into a comfortable rut, but it doesn't help anyone."- Sully1102"Listen to understand rather than listen to respond.

Marry person."- tapehead4"Don't let your partner stop you from progressing on your professional life. That creates scars that later on will affect the relationship."- axisdelasal"Never stop dating your spouse. Just like you don't magically get 'in shape' one day and stop hitting the gym, you don't have a guaranteed relationship. I think this goes for any relationship advice, but it's super easy to listen to your wife and try to figure out how to respond; solve a problem, critique her issues, etc."Sometimes the wife just wants to rant and if you're busy figuring out how to respond, you're not listening."- Sewtwo2"If you can't be yourself around someone, they aren't right for you.

Art pervades every facet of Indian life, is found on every byway of Indian Civilization.

Indian art in its purest form is Yoga, a disciplined style of worship and self-restraint that may also be thought of as India's oldest indigenous "science." Shiva, the " Great God" of yogic practice, visually represented as "King of Dance" (Nataraja), is the most remarkable single symbol of divine powers ever created by Indian artistic genius.

If you have a deep love for Dungeons & Dragons, or football..biking, don't make a secret of it."That doesn't mean beat whoever you're dating over the head with it, but talk about it.