I personally believe that your child or children should not meet the person you are dating until you are both certain you want to be together in a committed relationship.
If you are “truly” in the right relationship, your kids will naturally be happy with the person you are with because they genuinely make you happy.
When the child does not like someone you can honestly say is the best person for you, it probably is because a) they are not over the fact that you are not with their biological parent and therefore nobody will be accepted until that issue is resolved.
Meeting the parents for the first time is scary, but it really doesn’t have to be.
Keep in mind that they too are eager to meet you and make you feel comfortable.
It spoke a lot of truth and gave some good information. Harvey he believes you shouldn’t wait a long time to have this meeting take place.
Now there are several key topics that he speaks on that I want to discuss further. He feels it will give you a better idea of the kind of person you are dating.
I recently finished reading Steve Harvey’s book “Think Like A Man” and I must admit that it is a good book.
I don’t understand why so many people are coming out against him and his book.
If it is some intimate gathering where bonding can occur then you are walking down a path that can possibly lead to more trouble than good.