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One of the hardest jobs, but one of the most rewarding jobs you can have in your lifetime is being a parent, especially being a single parent. Mike McGill is an amazing single Dad that is trying to navigate the world of dating and raising a 5 year old all for the world to see.
We instantly fell in love with Mike and his son Mikey and wanted to catch up with Mike to talk about his experience on the show. Check out our exclusive interview with Mike below! Were you nervous or scared to put your life out there?
I was nervous about showing my life on national TV but then I was super nervous when I realized it was played worldwide. How did they pick Valene for you? Did you get to pick her yourself or did they match you up?
Everything just really clicked. How did you feel about moving in with Valene before you even met her in person? I see it differently because I did know her. He also knows that I want happiness for my son and I, and he knows that I would never put my son in jeopardy. Now my friends all thought I was crazy. They trusted me with it, but they sure poked fun at me every chance they could with it. My friends are my family and we got together to watch the first episode, and they all thought I made the right decision.
They were really happy for me. How does Mikey feel about being on television? He watches bits and pieces of it, but I definitely shield him and choose what parts he gets to watch of it since it is an adult TV show. He did watch the whole first episode and he was actually hiding behind the couch because my brothers were making him laugh about it.
They honestly became family after the first week of being together. We argued like family, we came up with solutions like family, and we ate together like family. It was honestly the most positive way of going about it. We got really lucky.
What was going through your head when you met Valene in person for the first time? I was excited, nervous, and scared all at the same time.
Watching the show, do you think Valene really wanted to get to know Mikey or do you think she was just attracted to you? She was amazing to my son and they were great together. A lot of people have been very viscous on social media towards Valene and believe you can do much better than her.
What do you think about that? I never regret anything and she was amazing to have around. I promise you that anyone that would spend a day with her would have a lot of fun. I honestly think that coming up everyone will see the side of her that I see and that my son sees.
I do wish people would back off of her and stop being so hard on her. Nathan Griffith Arrested Again! Corey Simms and Miranda Getting Divorced? Joe Giudice Prison Exclusive Update. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. June 12, By Jackson Parente.
Expectations, however, set you up for disappointment, and they blind you when you've got something good. What I'm trying to say is this: Prioritize the things that are important to you in a relationship, and then keep those in mind. It's good to hold the guy you're dating, single parent or not, to high standards—he should treat you well and make you feel good about yourself, yet it's not good to throw away a healthy relationship because you expect to have a monopoly on his free time or expect his kids to adore you immediately.
Because his kids are important to him, they should be important to you, too. But be careful about being overzealous. If he's divorced and not widowed, chances are his kids still have a mother who is very involved in their life.
Trying to get too involved too quickly will only lead to resentment from her and her children. Generally speaking, you should never try to be something you're not. This especially applies when you're getting to know a single dad and his children. If you're not someone who's really comfortable or familiar with children, don't pretend to be! If he's a keeper, he'll be patient with you and let you get to know his kids at your own speed.
They'll probably be able to tell you're trying too hard. They'll come around when they can see what a wonderful person you are. I'm not just talking about you. With single dads, there's all kinds of people who were in his life before you were. His kids may get jealous, his kids' mother may get jealous, and, yes, you may get jealous from time to time, too.
Just know that it's a normal response, so try to get through it. Whether or not you're a single parent yourself, the two of you may have conflicting opinions about cohabitation, marriage, and future children.
I found myself missing a lot of things when I first got separated. Not in a wistful, nostalgic way. Here is a partial list of what I was missing after my separation: A wonderful artist friend of mine lent me one of her paintings and hung it for me over my couch. Another helped me buy an audio system so I could have music in my living room. And my neighbour passed her old dining table on to me I kept it until it was in my budget to buy something new.
Or if style is your thing, help her recreate her bedroom with a new duvet and throw pillows to match. After all, this is still the person your friend once chose to marry and is the co-parent of her kids. But if you can take the kids just once or twice a year, use the time to do something special for your friend. In my case, it was my mom who had my daughter over recently to work on an arts and crafts project as a gift for my birthday. There are a lot of holidays to celebrate, and without a partner in the picture, they can fall pretty flat and end up being quite depressing.
Single parents just never have enough photos. Thanks for making this point, Lizzie. I wanted to post the same — not to write off all childless women. I have no children of my own, but I thoroughly enjoyed building a family unit with my ex and his son over the years we were together. And perhaps I like the balance that comes from her having a full-time family as well. Less pressure of me and the relationship if we are negotiating for less time to start.
I would never expect him to ditch his children for me. In fact, that would be a HUGE red flag for me about his character. He has hinted about me meeting them; I say when the time is right I would love to meet his wee ones.
But, you are right, men and women need to open up and TALK more. Thanks for opening up the dialogue. They are more like ancient treasure maps rather than satellite-corrected road maps.
Everything else is theory and projection. I agree, though inexperienced in the mutual glow vibe so far. Not easy for me…I tend to jump in feet first when I feel that glow with someone. I will learn to keep my tail feathers in a bit before we meet face-to-face. I just came across your blog and am blown away. So very refreshing to see that there are single dads out there who have this authentic, genuine and mature perspective!
After 4 years post divorce with two kids 11 and 14 the dating world for a 49 year old successful women is filled with all the usual suspects of game players looking for hook ups and the like. Your post gives me renewed hope that there are like minded men still out there that value the chemistry but are willing to be patient enough to allow that to build into much more.
Thank you for all your honest posts. Glad to be inspirational. Check out the 9-month update. I thank you so much for this work! Knowing what I want and need are so absolutely key to weeding out the riff raff…. I am a single mom of one, dating a single full time dad of two.
The past few months has been an overwhelming whirlwind of baseball double headers, gymnastics lessons, curriculum nights, cooking for three children with three different eating habits, wrestling in the living room, birthday parties every other week, etc etc. I really have gotten to make love to him twice in the past two months.
Ive spent the past few weeks so mad, hopeless, and a little bitter, wondering if this is what i really wanted. After reading this, it puts it all into a new perspective. All this time I wanted to meet a man who would respect my situation, love my little girl, and understand and my priorities and obligations to my daughter coming first in my life, — here I was cursing, and rolling my eyes at his lack of attention he gives me, the lack of time and cash he is able to spend taking me out, when he is doing exactly what I have been struggling through, just DOUBLED.!!
This really hit home. How selfish was I being? Dating a single Dad is the biggest blessing for me. Someone who adores his children, and selflessly gets along with his ex wife without drama, puts all of his material wants and wishes aside so they can have what they need for school and sports… somewhere in between I have faith that we will eventually get some time for each other, and maybe have our fourth date and maybe some wild sweaty fun with no clothes?
What are your thoughts about this? Easy to answer, for me. A single parent, in my book, is anyone who parents alone. Wow, I am really impressed with your insightfulness! You can include me in any of the further areas of topics for discussion. I am a single woman who does not have children dating a single dad and we get along wonderfully. I am interested in his life, he is interested in mine.
We find connection in many different ways, including his kids. He is very open and kind hearted. Thankfully neither he nor I wrote each other off based on me not having children yet.
We would have missed out! I have been a stay at homemaker who helped my husband stay organized with his insurance business. The last few years I have been a caretaker for my elderly parents. I am scared to be on my own. I married young and had no experience prior to my husband. I grew up in an east European immigrant household. My mother had emotional shortcomings such as not fully loving me based on her superstion of the day I was born etc. My father left us children for weeks at a time without food etc.
My childhood was dark and sad. As a girl and teenager I dreamed of meeting Prince Charming. I now know that it seems so childish and premature in the idea of that happening; however it was what got me through most days.
So I thank my ex husband for wanting me to stay at home with them as well. God did bless me with being attractive.
10 Keys to Dating as a Single Dad. Rule #1: If you’re newly single, ease into it Remember, you’re the grown-up here. but single dads are looking for a woman who is a mother. “Men. Many a times, a Single parent dad is not a choice for even a Single parent mom, world worships a single parent mom, but i have never even seen a heart felt remembrance of such people anywhere, People who know us, recognise the value we put in to raise the kids, however there is no where the world recognises it. Dating is a whole different ballgame when you’re a dad. Having recently read an article describing What A Single Mom Wants In A Boyfriend I began asking myself exactly what I was looking for in.