(www.TheSingleMomClub.com) – This post is for the moms struggling to move past their feelings for their child’s other parent. Thank goodness, this post is one I cannot relate to from the romantic side but it offers good tips for dealing with your child’s other parent.
“Come to terms with the fact that he has moved on. The quicker you come to terms with the fact that he has moved on, the better,” says Natasha, a mom blogger who has been there. “There are even more questions that come up in this situation. Why won’t he even make it work for the sake of our child? Doesn’t he care about me or our child? Will the new relationship create an impact on his relationship with our child? What if she doesn’t want him to be a part of our child’s life? Will I have to be a single mom? Will I have to deal with this man in some way, shape, or form for the rest of my life?” Natasha says.
“It does nothing for you, nor your child, if you spend your time dwelling on something that you cannot control. If he broke up with you, learn to accept it. And if you broke up with him, then why are you dwelling on it! Sometimes it’s not even about the fact that he moved on or that you wanted a relationship with him, it’s about the fact that he found someone else and you are still alone. Come to terms with the fact that he has moved on – and move on too.”
Read Natasha’s full article by clicking the photo