The Date Doctor Talks Mother’s Day
If you’re looking for love, then listen up– Jaimy Blazynski, the Date Doctor is here!
Mother’s Day was this past weekend, and Jaimy has advice for all kinds of mom. whether you’re young or older, single or married… here’s some tips to help make your happiness and romantic life all it can be.
To Single Moms:
It’s perfectly okay to date as a single mom, but don’t overdo the “I’m a single mother” card. There’s not many people out there looking for someone who specifically advertises being a loving, caring mother to their kids as their first personality– most people are looking for someone fun and genuine, and your profile should express that, instead of JUST “mom-mom-mom.” Focusing too much on the “mom” angle can also make you look afraid, which is not sexy at all.
To the Mom Who’s Dating:
Don’t give too much power to your young kids about who you date. Kids aren’t going to have an impartial opinion– if you ask them if they like your new guy, you can’t count on a little kid being a good judge of character… trust your own judgement. It’s your decision, and you’re the adult, so make sure your kids know that and trust your choices.
To Moms in a Committed Relationship:
If you’ve been with someone for a long time and your kids are involved, don’t be too anxious to make sure they get along right away. If your son and your boyfriend have a conflict, you don’t have to jump in right away– let them work it out. Show your kid that you trust them enough to let them work it out on their own.
To Married Moms:
Your relationship with your husband always have to be a top priority. Kids are really important, but remember that your husband and your romantic relationship is just as important as the rest of your family.
For more advice on your love, life and relationships– or for a free tip on your dating profile– check out the Date Doctor’s website at got5minutes.com.