For one, my child has been in my life for, let’s say, two years.
During those two years I was a single mother, or even an estranged mother. See, there is always the possibility of you dropping me for some reason or another, but that child?
I carried them in my womb, and they need someone to raise them right.
Not a woman who will go “Oh honey, mommy is so sorry your sick, but I’m still going to take you to your grandmother’s because “so-and-so” will be upset with me for ‘standing him/her up’.” If you’re so arrogant as to think that you should be more important than any child, then you really have no business dating a mother.
But Vondie Lozano, licensed marriage and family therapist, has some other not-so-obvious flags to add to the list.