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This group is under the category "individual" as after all you are an individual. This group has been carefully created for those who unfortunately got or had to divorce against their will for the betterment of their family which includes children and parents including siblings. Having written this, this group is not for those who are looking for polygamy. Sisters, brothers, children are welcome who are in search for their loved ones. I, myself, as the moderator of this group, I have my own loved ones who are divorced and single and have made me proud as they stood against all the odds and have remained brave and the least I can do is search for them and for anyone who is like them

Requirement to join: a big smile and a serious willingness to commit to another marriage. Leave all the emotional tormoil behind you when you join this group. There is a new future for everyone

This group is a subgroup of "Single moms and dads" group under naseeb persona
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Have any of you had difficulty in getting remarried because you have kids? Because the other person's kids? An interfering ex spouse?

What's your experience?

July 9, 2010 at 8:28am

Ruby Ali

the above question is pre-emptive really we all know marriage on its own is a difficulty in making sure that people and the families are compatible, we have excuses that the person had kids or the ex was interfering, yet fail to recognise that these are not important factors. If two people are willing to have an understanding between them selves then no one and nothing can interfere
with the marriage process or how it works out. Adaptation is part of the process and also knowing that its not always going to be rosy but thats why its called life? not dream land.
Experience lol experience is that when people who dont have kids hear the words kids run a mile lol, which is why i would always introduce this as my first topic of choice. (it gets rid of time wasters).
|So the air is cleansed and no ill feelings are established. Men or women who hide this are not ready to accept them selves as a parent forget becoming some ones spouse.Any way its important to make sure that as the actual biological parent we first recognise that we are responsible for our kids personally not the new spouse, to simply hand over the reins would be a challenge for me personally?!
July 29, 2010 at 4:06pm

Abu Faruq

Ladies, yes this is precisely my point. You have to have everything worked out in the the previous marriage before you can move on to the next. Otherwise you run the risk of wasting any potentials time and energy by getting them involved in a situation where you can not participate fully. You have to clean up your mess before you can start cooking again, even if the mess wasn't your fault, so to speak......
July 29, 2010 at 11:53am

Aisha Hasan

I completely agree with Souna. It's better to be open and honest about everything especially when kids are involved. Young or old, children are very impressionable and hence shouldn't be expose to any unnecessary drama of a remarriage. It’s definitely better to be around a person who openly and whole heartedly accepts us and our past eliminating future tensions.
I think being single for both, women and men, is equally difficult. Although some people may not agree with me, but I think everyone needs companionship and is looking for someone to share our moments with. It makes life more worthwhile if we can share it with someone that we love. Then again, it’s just an opinion:-)
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