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I dismissed it as the ramblings of someone trying to justify cheating with the ex. Dating a man who has “too good” a relationship with his child’s mother is a situation you never want to get into…the drama is nonstop. Regardless, of how it ended, at some point you thought enough of this woman to lay with her and make a baby…she deserves your respect.After dating and befriending men over the past decade with children, I’ve found two things to be true. Dating a man that has a horrible relationship with his child’s mother is a situation you never want to get into. When dating a man that is in a constant battle with his baby mama, you will never be at peace, because he is never at peace. If the comment is somewhere along the lines of we deal with each other well, or we maintain a relationship for the child/children…I proceed.It’s almost a damned if you do damned if you don’t situation. As a single, childless lady do you concede that you have to deal with one or the other, and pick which one you think is less stressful?Hope that the mother is remarried, and lives in a different state?
If you want the drama to be kept to a minimum, even if the baby’s mama hates you, here are some things to try to keep your relationship strong and your sanity in tact.
Obviously, I haven’t polled every man and every relationship, but I think we’ve all seen enough to know it’s no fun for anyone. Now, you’re probably wondering how their relationship could be too good.
The posts on facebook alone are enough to curl your hair. I didn’t think that was possible either until…If you’re dating a guy, and the child, the mother, and himself frequently go on outings like the movies, shopping, etc…is that really a “good” thing?
If you resist the urge to take some of his challenges personally, it will help you be supportive of and loving toward your mate.
Whenever you feel yourself getting tense and upset about battles your partner is experiencing with his child’s mother, “Imagine emotionally unplugging or detaching from the situation to increase awareness,” recommends counselor Joyce Marter, writing with “Wellness Times.” By increasing awareness, you can determine if you have a valid concern, or if your anger is fueled by something that does not involve you.
As opposed to thinking he is a coward for not handling their disputes differently, try to support his actions and assure him that things will eventually get better.