In general, I have two types of clients: women in their late 30’s who want to settle down and have kids, and women in their 40’s and 50’s who are divorced, jaded, frustrated, and confused about how to navigate the ever-changing dating space.Both are near and dear to my heart, but I do hold special affection for helping women who thought that their dream of biological children was never to pass. 2, and much more relevant: the vast majority of women in their late 30s will be able to get pregnant on their own.Working overtime alot - he has a lot of child support to pay. But ladies, when you have that gut that something isn't right, normally you're right. "Oh I was with my brother the whole time, we walked out together." when asked who the woman was (incase it's just an old friend he ran into - hence, still making excuses) he flipped out, got extremely defensive. Tried to make me feel guilty for being there and he left me. My point is for all of you that are in this boat, please take a step back and look at your relationship with this man without the blinders on. If your divorced man with kids doesn't want you in his entire life, then you're better than that. His child support payments are so high he could never afford to live on his own.
(Guys, if you’re reading this…get in touch if you want to share!So the only way you really can empathize is to know their side of the story.Men and women are different in many ways, but we’re more the same than you may think. We all have dating disappointments and horror stories.I was dating a divorced man with 3 children, he's 10 years older than I. But why wouldn't he want me included in ALL of his life, makes no sense. He started working a lot of overtime and started staying less nights with me. By this time it's been 6 hours, he can't still be there, right? Both unfortunate and fortunately, I pulled up at the same time I saw him and another woman walking out together. I couldn't be around the kids/family because he didn't really see us as a serious couple. The children were allowed to run wild at my house and that was perfectly acceptable to their father. I"m a mother too (was a single mom) and know that letting your kids rule the roost is no way to run a household. I'm here to tell you, I wasted 8 months of my life on this man. He had never felt so in love in his life, like we were meant to be. However, I was unhappy with the fact that I couldn't have anything to do with his children and when I brought the subject up, I never really got a reason on why. Suddenly I had this overwhelming, heart-wrenching feeling to go to that bar. I'd love to help women bust the sorry SOB's that think they can have their cake and eat it too like they're God's gift to women. NEVER EVER get involved with a man who has a "previously enjoyed" family. I bought a house so he could be "closer to his kids" and the second we did the ex wife got even more restrictive with the children. People ask me all the time whether I offer dating and relationship coaching for single men. But I tell them that I help men by helping women who are dating after 40. ) One of the most transformational ways I support women is by helping you better understand GROWNUP men.