Here are some considerations as relates to the children of a divorce: Spend time with your children Spend time with your child (children) to bring as much stability to their lives as you can.Show them how you are depending upon God and allow their faith to be built along with yours.Imagine this I heard from a preacher the other day and I thought was brilliant; When you go to Primark, the goods are all over the place.When you go to Cartier – the goods are under lock and key!This should apply to all relationships, but is especially significant when children are involved. Do not hesitate to seek the services of a good Christian counselor for your children as well as for yourself.There are surely many more considerations as relates to dating and single parents, but I am hopeful that the above points will serve you as you seek other input. Allow the child to be a child and develop in as normal a manner as they can.You can give your child no greater gift than to help them build confidence in God and themselves during this time.
But ultimately he needs to become a man and step up to the plate to take on the extra responsibilities that leadership takes.Most people are doing the former, putting more effort into preparing their Facebook page for their wedding photos and their footballer husband or trophy wife so the world can see how great they did. Preparing for a wedding or preparing your heart and mind for being a great husband or wife.Let alone getting the invites ready for 400 guests… It’s not what you can GET from the marriage – it’s what you can GIVE!When the parent is ready to return to social interaction, they should go to events and meet people at church, parties, movies, dinners, etc. Be aware of ‘the rescue’ A parent is more likely to be motivated to find someone to ‘rescue’ them if they have children at home.
Being a single parent is a challenge for anyone, and this ‘force’ at work is to be reckoned with when opening up your social world.When the parent(s) begin to date, this can significantly cause a lot of stress and pain in the family.