Working is the website for people trying to give 100% on the job and 100% to their family -at the same time.
I got remarried 2 1/2 years ago and we now have a son who just turned 11 months old this week.I'm looking for a loving and humorous man hopefully with view to a long term relationship. I am a gentle woman, caring, well-balanced, sensitive, decent and non-conflict.I value life and beautiful, harmonic and reliable relations. I am a simple and honest woman with a great sense of humor ..This Sunday being Father's Day, I thought it prudent to ask "How marketable are single dads in the dating world? " (DQ) The answer is "that depends."Before I explain what "that depends" means, I have to mention that single fathers tend to be even more oblivious than most men in terms of comprehending where they stand in the dating scene.Since single fathers were married (or in a relationship) long enough to produce a child, their decision to start dating (usually following a divorce or the death of a spouse) often comes after years "on the sidelines." Often the actual decision to begin the search for a new relationship comes after months (or sometimes even years) of deliberation. There are two primary variables that go into determining his DQ: his age and whether he is inclined to have more children.We address the practical, hands-on logistical needs of how to juggle work and family – as well as the spiritual needs of working moms.