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Introduce the new partner as a “new friend” and not the new “love of my life.” Sensitivity Counts.

Children may have more trouble adjusting to their fathers’ dating relationships than their mother’s.

Similar research also supports this idea: a gradual approach allows children time to adjust to their parents’ dating (and the new dating partner) at a pace that allows for successful parenting.

If the decision has been made to bring the new partner into the child’s life, make sure that they meet on neutral territory (i.e., not home) in a casual setting.

These feelings may be scary and overwhelming for him.

Talk with your son about how your dating makes him feel.

Your attitudes and behaviors on dating will be a model for your children.

Here are some guidelines to consider concerning post-divorced dating and your children: Adjusting to the idea of dating isn’t just for parents. Constance Ahrons, author of The Good Divorce and We’re Still Family and professor emeritus at University Southern California, recently completed a 20 year longitudinal study on children of divorce.

They are dealing with their own issues of loss, betrayal, adjustment, trust- just to name a few.

Parents need to make sure before things get tricky that children understand their continued importance to them, the freedom for the child(ren) to continue a close loving relationship with the ex-spouse (despite any personal misgivings) and the possibility of new people in the parent’s life.

With the US divorce rate still lingering around 50% for first marriages, many children have experienced their parents’ divorce by the time they are eighteen.

And most adults are out and dating again within a year after their divorce, sometimes dating several partners before remarriage.