In terms of personality, she tends to be either a Yamato Nadeshiko in training, as evidenced by their cooking skills, serene patience, and the serving, yet guiding the boy at the same time, or the long friendship turns her into One of the Boys, a Tsundere who seems to be Vitriolic Best Buds with the boy. There's a theory known as the "Westermarck effect" that claims that people who grew up together before the age of 6 are likely to become hardwired to think about each other Like Brother and Sister.
I’m young and I want to have fun, out in the world, not be tied down to someone’s living room while her kid sleeps in the bedroom. I admire my friend for being a stand-up guy and taking care of his son, so my opinion of a woman doing the same … Also, her ex had issues with me being around his daughter because he was threatened by the relationship that was forming.
Also, my friend’s ex had a kid that always wanted to sleep in his mom’s bed and that would be a problem for me. I want all the perks that come with a grown-up relationship.” “A lot of my friends are divorced and one guy even has a kid after a one-night stand.
It has been said that “no one escapes childhood unscathed.” But sayings like these can have an especially significant meaning for a person who has experienced emotional abuse as a child. I feel like people think I’m lying to them, so I owe them a detailed explanation.
The effects of emotional abuse can be both debilitating and far-reaching, often extending out of childhood and into adolescence and adulthood. Also feeling as though if I say ‘no’ to someone, they’ll hate me.
I would absolutely go on a date with a single mom and see where it could lead.