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    Default How are you getting on finding a new partner

    Hi Ladies ,

    Some time back there were a number of ladies who made comments about their ex,s walking out on their families leaving mum to pick up the pieces.
    I remember there was comment about the amount of time before we mothers might get back to the dating game more generally what might be right/appropiate time to do this.
    I have male friends old friends who I can call on for help around the place heavy lifting etc but I feed uncomforable to get too close yet I feel my children are aware there father is not helping their mum and that this or that man (friend) could help me ride my bike etc
    Maybe its my guilt ??? if I show too much attention in thanking them
    Iam not sure if I can offer love to another man at this point

    Getting some fun back in our lives would be helpfull for all of us Iam sure

    Mums your thoughts would be appreciated
    Last edited by moveing on; 16-07-2013 at 16:29. Reason: this must be in the wrong forum

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    What do you mean by 'ride my bike'?? Just s.ex?

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    Are you referring to the cheating husband you are seeing in your other thread? ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by SummerFun View Post
    What do you mean by 'ride my bike'?? Just s.ex?
    I think she means the other man might help,the child ride their bike, like a dad would/should?

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    Quote Originally Posted by missymoo9 View Post
    Are you referring to the cheating husband you are seeing in your other thread? ??
    Interesting point. Didn't you say you'd been seeing him for a while, then discovered he was married etc?

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    I'm not quite clear - are you uncomfortable to get too close, or do you "want some fun back in your life"? Or are you worried that one or more of your kids can't ride a bike?

    I think the only solution is to teach your kids to ride a bike yourself. No need to get close to any men (married or otherwise), and you could get some fun in your life by all going riding together.

    How old are your kids?

    Also, this is a small point, and I'm sorry to be persnickety, but "moving" is spelled without an "e"...

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    I'm sorry but I'm confused, aren't you seeing a married bloke ( from the other thread?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    I think she means the other man might help,the child ride their bike, like a dad would/should?
    Ooooooh!! Haha silly me!!


 

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