Next to your parents actually getting a divorce, the hardest thing you might face is when they start dating other people.
It’s weird to see your father with someone other than your mother or your mother with anyone other than your father.
If he's really put off by the idea of you dating a man other than his father, explain that you're making new friends, just like he does when he's in a new situation.
Try to maintain your usual routines with your son so that your dating doesn't disrupt his day-to-day life and he still has lots of time with you.
Try to understand the aspects that upset him, which can help you find ways to make the experience easier on him.
Allow your youngster to express her feelings and opinions.Sometime after parents separate and often before they divorce, at least one begins to date.That's generally healthy for the adults; it means they're moving on to the next phase of their lives. Marilyn daughters, Shana, and twins Alison and Rachel, were 4 and 19 when she and their father split up after almost 27 years.They are still your parent, but it’s important that they know how you feel about the situation too.Part of the reason so many kids have trouble adjusting to their parents dating after divorce is because they still hold out hope that their parents will get back together.