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Best of all, she empowers women and encourages finding their happiness and not to settle for anything less than their true heart While I'm not dating a divorced (or separated/divorcing) man, I like to read about things ahead of time as being forewarned is being forearmed.

It did complicate things quite a bit, though, because while I've dated divorced men before, I have never dated men with children (he has two little girls).

Best of all, she empowers women and encourages finding their happiness and not to settle for anything less than their true heart's desire.

Dating is hard at any age, but even more so in your 30s.

The playing field is narrower, your number of single friends is dwindling and everyone’s carrying around a whole lot more baggage. One user says, “Dating in your 30s is trying to find someone with the least amount of baggage (emotional, children, etc.), or at least less baggage than you.” “It's like sorting through a bargain bin of damaged goods,” another agrees.

Particularly, men were keen to point out the influx of single mums on the market.

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