There is no reason why a guy on a dating site needs to see a picture of your children.
Again, pedophiles are usually attracted to a specific age and gender, so don’t give them what they are looking for online.
Plus, they unconsciously observe everything their parents do as guides for how to behave.
So ask yourself, do you really want your 15-year old doing exactly what you are doing?
Getting back into the dating scene post-divorce can feel like something you dread beyond anything else. Things might be messy financially, with custody, and with your living situation.
Children and teens don’t have the cognitive and emotional maturity necessary to understand and cope with adult sexuality.
I also saw parents do quite a few disturbing things while I was recently single and dating, but you don’t have to give up on dating with children; and you don’t have to be a spinster to protect your children if you are smart about it.
Here is my top 10 list of things parents and people dating parents should never do, based on my experience as a child psychiatrist, step-parent, parent, step-child and recent online dater.
All you are doing is revealing your crazy side and scaring the sane people away.
You’d be surprised at how many single mothers go on long rants on their dating profiles about how their children already have a father and how they are not looking for a new father, blah, blah, blah.