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The Single Mom: Have A Sex Life With Kids

Updated on October 21, 2010

Sex And The Single Mom

" Do You Think That Single Mother's Should Have a Sex Life At Home ?? "

     I know that this issue affects more than 65% of the mother's reading this right now, but honestly speaking I feel that single mother's need love too. Depending on the age of the kids, I feel that single moms should be able to have some form of respectable relationship in their lifetime. Although I am a true fan of parents staying together, in this day and age a lot of people are getting divorced or just have plain old tryflin' baby daddy's. On the lighter side of things, I know a lot of respected stepfather's so from societies point of view the newest family trend must be working out well in the end.

     Some single mother's put their life on hold to hold two and three jobs and raise their kids by themselves. I guess that's why alot of them do not have time to socialize and meet good roll model's to introduce to their families. Other's choose to move on soon after divorce and break-ups to avoid missing out on life. I do agree that single mom's should have a male partner and companion, but I think that kids should not meet these men until at least six months after they have started dating.

     That avoids a lot of problems such as, Kid's getting attached too quick and the relationship does not work out or them asking "where is so and so" ? I guess that it is whatever floats your boat these days but single mother's have to be careful who and what they do around their kids and who they bring into their homes. Some people have secret lives and pedophile background's that they do not disclose to you and your family and also some may even still be married with kids of their own.

     For the most part we all have to be careful when getting into new relationships because in the end the kids will be the ones who are either rewarded or hurt and we wouldn't want that now would we???  It may seem low but I think that it is a crucial thing to perform background checks on anyone that you are serious about that will be around your kids.  Good luck ladies!!!

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    • MissJamieD profile image

      MissJamieD 4 years ago from Minnes-O-ta

      Good hub:) I believe that the time limit on a new significant other is different for everyone so if it feels right to you, go for it! But as far as the children are concerned, I agree with the 6 month rule that you mentioned. Make sure the relationship will work otherwise the children suffer.

    • stacies29 profile image

      stacies29 8 years ago from Washington DC

      I feel that women that are single moms have a right to be happy and have someone honest and positive in their lives as well as their kids lives.