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I put my hope in these promises, and I hope that you will, too. (And if you don’t agree with that, then read up on King David.) Now, back to the assumption that you are ready to begin dating.God is bigger than any failure or failed relationship in our lives. I would encourage you to boil down what is most important to you when considering what you need in someone you would like to date and perhaps eventually marry.Don’t pressure them into doing so nor allow them to. SEE ALSO: He Said-She Said: When Parents Interfere In addition, don’t seek to start a relationship with the children until you are absolutely willing to follow through with a commitment to their parent in the location which is most conducive to the children.In many instances, children are moved away from the other involved biological parent based solely on the desires of the couple without much consideration given for the children.HE SAID: I cannot answer from the standpoint the one you meet.Nowadays, it’s easy to place people in categories (i.e.You have taken the time to process what you’ve learned from that experience and have been able to see where you need to make changes going forward—both in yourself and in what you’re looking for in someone to date.I believe that each relationship is allowed by God in our lives to grow us—whether they be painful experiences or not.
And that means you have had the time you need to heal from your prior relationship (with the other parent of your children).If you've got a question about anything related to singleness or living the single life, please submit it to He Said-She Said (selected questions will be posted anonymously).: As a single parent, is it better to seek out partners who have children or those without?And how long should I wait until introducing them to my children, even if they seem like "the one" and are eager to meet them?And I’ve had both, as I’m sure you have had as well.While it still hurts to look back at the ones that didn’t end well, I know that I must inspect these areas of my relationship history (some of them I would consider wounds that have not fully healed) in order to better understand myself and why I made the relationship decisions and/or mistakes that I did. It’s no picnic revisiting times of my life where I just completely failed and wasn’t seeking the Lord and following his path for me.