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But I’ve also written that eventually, and always, the day must come.

If their relationship has any chance of long-term success, and perhaps marriage, his children – or more likely their children- will impact that relationship in good and not-so-good ways.

And while the way a man talks about his children represents one of the better barometers to the quality of the person he could be, that is far different than the real thing.

Describing myself as a dad not necessarily align when you see me doing it.

Fatherhood should affect how a man sees things around him.

The colors of the world are now tinted in shades of ‘daddy.’ Suddenly every woman he meets isn’t a conquest but somebody’s daughter.

I’ve written that the way a single dad talks about his children and his ex is a good early indicator of the type of person he might be. We are unable to see inside the heart of anyone, we can’t look into their eyes and discover what they’re actually thinking, feeling, or learn their real motivation.

In what ways does he show them affection and attention?

I’ve been rightly criticized by the Queen for making her sometimes feel she isn’t as important when my own kids are around. Meeting a man’s children should be about far more than just getting to know them, or seeing if you all ‘gel’, or somehow demonstrating his commitment. Observing him as a father is to start to really know him.

The single most important key to dating a single father, ultimately, is to see him being a single father. Does he treat you differently when they are around?

For a dad who is doing the job right, being a father is a large part, and hopefully one of the largest, of who he is as a person.

Helping bring new life in the world does, should, change a man, and in my opinion, change him for the better.

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