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So it is essential you both make an effort to ensure you have a healthy sex life that lasts longer than the six month F1 honeymoon period.
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Try to arrange a baby sitter or a family member to look after your kids.
But, for all their greatness, single mums also have extremely intimidating qualities that many men find too hard to handle when it comes to dating.
So much so that some men choose to avoid dating single mums all together.
Sounds great and for the most part it is, but men often complain that the sex fades quickly.
It is like going from driving a super charged Formula One (F1) car for the first six months of the relationship to sitting in a Toyota Pro Box that has no engine.
As much as your new man might have accepted you for who you are and your baggage, you need to make him feel special and ensure you dedicate time alone for him as well as your kids.4.
Great sex, then bad sex OK, so the sex might start of fantastically and if you are lucky to be dating a single mum in her late 30’s or 40’s then it might feel like you have hit the jackpot, as they are in their sexual prime.
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If you are lucky, the rewards can be amazing, but only the bravest and strong hearted will succeed.
His dating site Date Me has over 25,000 registered users and many of the users are single mums.