They are actively involved in their kid’s lives – I’m not saying that non-custodial parents aren’t involved but as the custodial dad they are naturally more involved.
This is a no brainer since they are taking care of the school activities, the doctor appointments and the extracurricular activities so they are more involved and knowledgeable about what’s going on in their kid’s lives.
By Day, a pest exterminator, by Night, a Mixed Martial Artist.
This reminds me of an article put out by a firm in Florida that talked about a topic called parental alienation.
Directly from the article they warn parents, “While you may not like what we’re about to suggest, it helps to consider it.
Soap operas, Novelas, Dramas – call them what you want they strike a chord.
I don’t watch them very often but when I do it’s because the story is so compelling I can’t put it down.
By discounting this possibility, you deprive your child of love, care and guidance.” You can read the rest of their article about child custody law for more information.
Their struggle is similar – They can empathize with you as a single mom or parent struggling to either make ends meet or have some resemblance of a life.
Things to consider when dating a single dad with primary custody There are also some things to consider when dating a single dad that has primary custody because it can be challenging.
Time is a precious commodity in their lives and being able to set healthy boundaries and communicate well are going to be key in making this kind of dating relationship work.
Jeon Ha Ri, is a medical student from a wealthy family who falls for Poong Ho.
She secretly teaches Poong Ho’s son, San, how to play the piano.
The Synopsis of the story is: The love story of a single dad, Kang Poong Ho, who raises his 7 year old son alone after being abandoned by his first love, Yoon So Yi.