Dating after divorce with children
It’s usually best to keep dates out of sight until there’s a bit of commitment in order to keep kids from feeling anxious or overwhelmed by frequent introductions.
Make sure you carve out intentional time with your children; physically and verbally demonstrate that they will always be your priority and that your new dating life will not threaten the way you feel about them.
Bringing ‘dates’ to the home can bring about more scarring.
While you probably shouldn’t spill intimate details of your marriage’s demise on a first date, be honest and open (if/when appropriate) about the fact that you’re divorced.
Don’t judge yourself on your date’s behalf; you’ll likely be surprised at the empathy and grace extended in response to your honesty.
Here are some considerations as relates to the children of a divorce: Spend time with your children Spend time with your child (children) to bring as much stability to their lives as you can.
Show them how you are depending upon God and allow their faith to be built along with yours.