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Deciding when to date again after divorce is a personal decision that should be made carefully.Most experts agree that after the ending of a long, serious relationship such as marriage, it is best to wait at least 1-2 years before beginning to date again so that the wounds of the break up may be healed.My husband is always very critical of my children and their "conformance" to house rules yet his seem to make their own rules.While I have tried to stress that no two children are reared the same, he continues to punish them for seemingly minor infractions.He waits on them hand-and-foot and caters to their every whim.He constantly has to work around their social schedules, dropping them off and picking them up.We enjoy many activities together, and we enjoy just being together.

Hopefully those of us who have divorced more than once have at some point taken an inward journey to asses where the challenges in our decisions stem.

Dear Rosie & Sherry, I am a 40-year-old professional female, divorced, with two sons ages 9 and 12.

Three years ago I met a man (Steve), early 40s, whose wife had recently died of cancer.

In hindsight I now realize fathering my sons fulltime was not even a variable up for discussion.

I wasn’t going to be the absentee father that my dad was to me.

Steve had been with his wife for 22 years, and they have three children, ages 9, 13 and 15.

When I met Steve, I was still bitter from a very bad divorce.

I am beginning to question my faithfulness to someone so unwilling to compromise. You have first-hand experience to see why this is the case.

It is common for each spouse to put his or her own children's interests first.

We each have two children, all of whom are older teens except one.

We seem to constantly disagree on simple child rearing issues, i.e. My largest complaint is that since we have blended our families, it seems my children have had to make the most adjustments while my husband's children just seem to run wild when they are here (they live with their mother most of the time).