I am 26 years old and I've been in 2 serious relationships. My last relationship I got married at 25. We divorced right before our 1 year anniversary. I have learned a lot since then about myself. My ex wife was so obsessed with having children that I'm actually glad we didn't have any cause it went south. I'm scared cause I see how common divorce is and children just make the breakup worse (no offense to children). I'd like to have children by myself one day. Adoption seems like it's going to be a common option for men in the future. Some of us were just not meant to be in a long lasting relationship with someone but still want to be parents. If like to adopt after I get my career. How likely would it be for me? Is it possible? Single women do it all the time, why can't single men?
Most Helpful Girl
All I'm reading here is a man that has given hope on relationships that can make it through the storm.
I know you probably thought you marriage was strong enough it withstand any battle, but it wasn't.
That doesn't mean that you cannot find a relationship with a woman, that will be solid, strong and last many years.
Don't give up hope.
You'll have the relationship and biological family you want some day.0
Most Helpful Guy
Actually, it's very difficult for single people of either sex to adopt. The law and the adoption agencies have a strong preference for married couples. I would recommend that you apply to be a foster parent and see how that works out for you. Going from single to parent is a HUGE adjustment and it will show you (and the world) that you're capable of taking care of a child without a meltdown.0