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Dec. 19th, 2005 @ 04:49 pm PAY ATTENTION!
I'm going to be removing this journal, if anyone is interested in taking it over, let me know by the beginning of the year.

Dawn
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ddcatwoman:
Jun. 26th, 2005 @ 05:14 pm Hey I haven't posted here in a long time
Current Mood: crushedcrushed
I actually meant someone and it started out great and ended in a nightmare!

All I can say is, trust your instincts.

I kept telling this guy I felt like there was someone else and he kept telling me it was all in my head. I hadn't dated in so long and I was afraid. I was looking for things to be wrong etc.

Also any guy that uses his cell phone excessivly should put up flags for you. Text messaging you all the time is a BIG flag!

Having a set of "rules' for things. Like when he can and can't be called is another flag.

If he has set days he doesn't see you.

Mine was on Tues and Thurs. He used to spend weekends at my house from Fri nigh on. Then all of a sudden the days shifted and he stopped coming over on Friday nights. After starting a fight.

Also, if everything that goes wrong gets twisted around to some how be your fault, there's a problem there too.

I can't stress enough to trust your instincts. If something doesn't feel right and the guy doesn't go out of his way to do something to make you feel better about the situation.

It's so much better to (even though it's hard to do)to just walk away from the relationship. It will save you a great deal of stress and heartache later on down the road.

Anyone else got any more tips? I could go on and on, but my mind is muddled.
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ddcatwoman:
Feb. 9th, 2005 @ 10:26 am (no subject)
i made a community for EVERYTHING, and i do mean everything, so please check it out. it'd be a wonderful place to go for all the questions you have not related to this community. :) i just opened it today, so there's not much happening, but help me get it going? sorry if i'm spamming.

forallthings

crossposted.
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gracedescending:
Jan. 1st, 2005 @ 10:18 am Trying Not To Be Lame
Current Mood: determined
So I recently ran into an ex-boyfriend from High School. We've been catching up on the phone and by email. We actually got together this past Tues and it feels like there might be something there.

I felt so lame, but i actually emailed him my weekly schedule lol. I always have gotten so many compliants that I am to busy so therefore not interested, that I wanted him to see what I did all week so he knew I wasn't just trying to blow him off or anything.

(yes I know I'm hopeless)

My work week goes something like this.

Sat and Sun I'm off.

Mon-Wed-Fri. My son goes to my mom's after school and I don't get back to my own house until after 7.

Tue-Thurs. He stays at my house and I get home around 5:30.

Of course...he works on Fri and Sat...so this is going to take some doing if we want to pull this off.

*rolls eyes* I don't know how it is that there are those single mom's out there that constently date? Where do they find the time and how the heck do they juggle it all?

Thankfully he's dated people who have kids before. So he sort of knows the territory.

*crosses fingers in hopes that she can work something out*

Anyone else have full schedules? Making you feel like you've got to work someone into your life instead of them just fitting?

I think Summer is easier...the school schedule is just so much harder to work someone in with...
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ddcatwoman:
Dec. 16th, 2004 @ 01:01 pm Welcome~
Current Mood: accomplished
I started this comminity to help single parents with dating.
I don't have any degrees or such, but I've been a single parent for 10 of my son's 11 yrs.

I've recently started trying to get back into the dating scene after putting my social life on hold for 9 years.

Let me tell you, it ain't easy.

I'm in my early 30's and I work a full time job, there's school all week and chores on the weekends, lets not forget the countless errands we all run.

I started up my social life, by just going out with other single parent friends and family members. We seem to all face the same problem.

Guys just simply think we're not interested because we're busy all the time.
It's a real pain to meet the possible man of your dreams and have so many things already scheduled they think you're trying to blow them off.

So I figure maybe there's other single parents that have this same problem, and maybe they might have a solution...or we can all work on one together and support each other in the vast adventure that is dating.

Feel free to join,comment or post
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