A journalist set out to do a quick study on relationship with single mums. The men that were interviewed gave reasons why they would not want to get into a relationship with single mums.
One of the men who said they will not date single mums revealed the shocking reasons he avoids them, claiming they have ‘questionable judgement skills’ and ‘think the world revolves around them’.
Richard Cooper also shares a vile meme which describes their bodies as “ruined” and says their child will just “eat your money and destroy your dreams”.
He spoke about the ‘hazards of dating single mothers’ at an event, listing nine reasons he believes it’s a bad idea.
The dad claims he dated a mum of two boys for three years, so says he is speaking from experience.
When sharing the rude meme, he says: “There is truth in ever joke.
“When you see stuff like that you’ve got to think about it.”
His first reason is extra heartbreak after the split, saying: “When she goes, they go too. You’ll never see them again and even though they might have driven you nuts you have double or triple the heartbreak.
“It’s very easy for them to end the relationship because they’ve done it before. It’s easy fot them to move along and just slide into the next relationship.”
He also claims mums has questionable judgement skills and says you will never be a priority.
“Save yourself for somebody else that has the capacity and the time.
He also says that too much time is “eaten up” by the kids.
He then says single mums “think the world revolves around her and her kids” and even says her children will work against you.
Richard also claims they are emotionally unavailable and rarely take ownership of mistakes in their lives.
He also believes they have a “distorted self image”, saying: “All you have to do is go on any dating app, you’ll see single mums on there they think they’re a 10 when they’re like a 6.
“Everybody has had that experience I’m sure.”
And he’s not the only one.
Jonathan Cass, 52, told the Sun says he’ll always avoid women if he believes they might have children.
He said: “I don’t want to be second best.
“Single mums are too expensive. I’m feeling selfish and not dating women with children is part of that.”
Paul Dakers , 45, from Cambridgeshire, says he isn’t “mentally prepared” to deal with the emotions of raising somebody else’s children.
He also admits he wouldn’t be happy spending his money on them.
Dan Mower, 46, says he’s worried about the children walking in when things are getting intimate.
Source: The Mirror