I would see here every day without any of that and just see an old woman.We ended on bad terms and I started dating someone closer to my age without kids, the difference was very clear, a weight had been lifted from me.Yes, it does take a lot of commitment when you take on a ready-made family.
When you know that you will be with her extendedly... They will be going through lots of changes as the divorce is settled.
Having another male introduced to them so soon might be a little more for them to understand.
I actually saw them on the couch semi cuddling when i wanted to surprise visit her that night. She did keep messaging me and telling me nothing happened but what was i to believe? Once trust is out the window, its extremely hard to get back.
I just want to know if she ever regret it or feels any remorse for doing it.
We here basically talking of you doing the work times 2! It's not that I'm implementing you the idea of leaving her. What I'm trying to say is, if you got it takes for this kind of relationship and you'll be willing to give up your world, go for it man.
At some point of your life, you might even have to give up your world just for them. There are whole lot of new undiscovered things waiting for you ahead. Just a suggestion.....not to involve the kids in the relationship at first.there's nothin wrong with dating an older woman with kids, who's going through a divorce. A little late to reply but I feel my story may help either you or others who are concidering dating an older woman with kids.I was 28 and started dating a 38 year old woman with 2 kids under 10, both girls.I knew what I was getting in to and was willing to take on the responsibility so I could be with her.She was hot, kind and had all the qualities you want in a woman because she was older.Wow I did not expect people to have similar stories. Im 25 and i was with a 34 year old woman with 3 kids (4, 7, and 8).