It was a single mom 27 with 2 kids. She seemed into me for a few months and when I asked her out she said that I'm not good for her kids and I'm too young 26. She said that I am "AWESOME" and a great guy. She mentioned to her friends that i am cute. But guess not good enough for her kids? I wasn't asking to marry her, just for a date to know each other! I don't have any kids of my own and usually would not go for someone with kids. She said we can still be friends but honestly for my protection I want to kind of cut her off still, she moves in the fall. How can I get over her in my mind and move on the other women? It is just that attachment that grew over the past few months that I'm trying to get out of my mind. Everyone around me family, friends, coworkers, said from the beginning that she is not good for you and to stay away. She asked for me to pay for her meals, and always mentioned my clothes and watches I wore. I kind of feel lead on from her honestly. I know I'm a pretty decent guy, just need some advice and encouragement.
Most Helpful Girl
The intent of dating is really importaint. Are you dating to marry? Are you dating for fun? In a single mother's world they are often looking at the long term. Could he be a father to my kids? If not then why bother starting? She mighty have really liked you and got caught up in feelings rather than responsibilities. Though I really can't guess her intentions.
I'm sure you are a great guy. The two of you just weren't in the same path, in the same place, in life.
Sometimes it can be hard to get over someone when you don't get any say in the ending. Do you think asking her some of your questions would help? If not time and distance will help.0
Most Helpful Guy
Based on what you wrote above, she did not even give you a real chance.
Someone who judges you based on your age and not who you are, is not someone you need.
In addition, think of it this way though... when you are a single mom of 27 she can't just date guys for the fun of it anymore too! She has to consider her kids and who they get to know.
You being 26, you can be somewhat carefree and go to bar with your buddies, she doesn't have the option to be carefree anymore!
She has to think of her future, because she has two mouths to feed and clothe.
I am not saying you would not be a loving person to her and her kids, but obviously she has the type she is looking for right now that she needs and you do not fit the bill.
If I were you, I would be okay with that, at 26 you need to be mature, but you still need to be somewhat carefree and be able to move around according to a career, etc., If you get involved with a single mom and two kids, they are not going to be able to just pick up and move wherever you go.
There are a lot of factors when you are a mom, perhaps her rejecting you is saving you from a mistake and lining you up for something better in life?0