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But the truth is that things really can work out differently - a recent survey suggested that 92% of men would be ready to take on someone else’s children: in fact, they rather like the idea of a ‘readymade’ family.The survey went on to suggest that 40% of relationships involving a single parent actually result in marriage. Parship psychologist Nicole Schiller feels that single parents are more in need of encouragement and motivation than advice.Well what if there's a place where you'll be meeting someone in exactly the same situation?
’ might be a bit too upfront, as would, “My wife has disappeared off the scene, so now I need a new mother for the triplets.” Nicole Schiller advises Parship members to consider whether they’re looking for a new mother or father for their children or for a partner for themselves.
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It can be discouraging for a single mother to hear people say that it will be hard for her to find a man - at least until her offspring achieves a level of independence.
It’s the kind of thing that other single parents tend to say - or at least the ones who haven’t undertaken to find a new partner after a split.
Negativity is out of place, because there are plenty of people who are specifically in search of someone with children, either because they have children themselves and would like a partner who understands their situation, or because they feel that people without children have less to offer them. Many single parents aren’t sure how to describe themselves in their online dating profile, thinking that they will deter approaches by referring to their situation.