There are two kinds of fear. Fear of real harm and fear of failure but all too often we let both kinds control us the same way. You wouldn’t run head first into a burning building right? What about taking a chance on a lifelong dream even though you know you’re probably too old at this point to ... Read More »
Dating and Relationships with Kristy
Do you think that now you’re a single mom, you’ll never find love again? Are you struggling with balancing your dating life with your mom life? Or maybe you’re just now considering dating again. Whatever your reason for needing advice on dating and relationships, I’m here to help!
Many women have trouble finding a meaningful relationship once they become single mothers or they think it’s impossible and give up all together! As a single mother myself, I know how hard it can be to get back into loves playing field. I’ve dated a lot as a single mom and I’ve learned a lot! Armed with my newfound knowledge, I’ve changed my outlook and my game. Finding love is very possible for you! Not only that but it can be a lot of fun too.
This column can help you find love again. My articles relate to all the ups, downs and everything you never thought about when it comes to dating and being in relationships as a single mother. You’re a beautiful, strong and independent woman and the only one that can stop you from finding love is yourself. Read my articles and pretty soon, you’ll agree!
Send your dating and relationship questions to Ask Kristy – Relationship Advice for Single Moms
A relationship, it’s what we’re all looking for, right? I spent a lot of time in my twenties daydreaming about being in a relationship that would turn into a marriage and kids and so on and so on. I wanted to be with a really attractive man who could give me a secure relationship. Security in all ... Read More »
I recently read an article advising a single mother who was disappointed with her lack of a dating life to focus on dating men who were single fathers because they’ll be more acceptable of her single mom status. Apparently there’s a lot of people out there who think they’re a much more suitable ... Read More »
Do you ever feel that despite how hard you work your life is still lacking something? Something that is keeping you from reaching your full potential? I struggle a lot with feeling unappreciated and unloved for all that I have to give, especially lately. I’m always questioning myself if going back ... Read More »
Do you ever fear that your existence is temporary? That you’ll be forgotten once you leave this world? Such a sad thought, isn’t it? I once had a close friend tell me that their biggest fear in life is that once they die, that’s it. That they will just fade into nothingness and their life will be ... Read More »
When was the last time you went on a date and felt beautiful? I mean red heels, little black dress, hair done perfectly beautiful? Why is it that single mom’s think they have to look more like a “mom” even on dates?! I see single moms go on dates looking the exact same as they do every day because ... Read More »
Have you ever noticed how right before a big storm hits, everything is quiet and calm? I remember as a child living in Florida, I was always fascinated with the nights before a hurricane would hit. The quiet and calm atmosphere was a complete contrast with the frantically bustling people taking ... Read More »
I know what it feels like to be a single mom trying to find love with a vulnerable heart and the most valuable and time consuming responsibility weighing on your shoulders (a.k.a. your kids). Its vulnerability and risk taking at its best! Behind your beautiful smile is a fragile life with everything ... Read More »
There is a Mr. Right out there for you but quit pining away trying to figure out how to find him. Instead, let him find you and in the meantime, have fun with as many Mr. Wrongs as you want! I used to be a one man kind of woman. I was loyally devoted and supposedly in love with which ever man I ... Read More »
A lot of people would say my mother taught me to give up when she divorced my father. Others would say she taught me the importance of being happy. What I remember of my parents’ marriage as a child is the anxiety, loneliness and sadness that I feared coming home to every day. The only happiness was ... Read More »