How do you persuade over-protective teenagers to let you have a social life and start dating again?
So your ready to start dating again after a nasty divorce or break up. You want to go see the other fish out in the sea. This is a normal thing in life to always want to have a companion someone to lean on it times in need. We are only human, this... read more
Today’s society is complicated. Our relationships are complicated and our families are complicated. We’ve got step-families and blended families, exes and adopted family members, estranged family and new family. It’s not easy. And when we try... read more
Single parents don't have it easy. It can be difficult to face raising a child or a teenager alone. Dating can also be a nightmare. Teenagers often want to protect their single parent (particularly their moms) from the pain that dating could bring.... read more
by Escobana 7 years ago
After another breakup in my interesting life, I'm wondering....When to start dating again? And where to go anyway?
by Jody Cope 6 years ago
How do you start dating again when you have a young child?This is more specifically if you didn't have much experience dating beforehand and are not a very social person (i.e. I can go weeks, if not months, not having much interaction with other people and be perfectly happy).
by Zipper 5 years ago
Can you persuade me to be interested in the person you like for President in 2016? I am an Independent and would like to know who you are watching and think would make a good candidate for President in 2016 and why. I haven't decided on anyone yet so I am hoping you will persuade me to...
by Don W 5 years ago
When someone is passionate about a cause, they try to persuade others to join it. Indeed that's often what demonstrates they are passionate about it. So why shouldn't Christians who are passionate about their cause, try to persuade people to join that cause, just like political parties, charities,...
by Galaxy Harvey 6 years ago
How to persuade grown up kids to move out of the family home.What is the best way to gently let your grown up children know that it might just be time to move out and find a place of their own? I am talking about those in their twenties and thirties who seem to want to stay with Mum and Dad for as...
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