By Courtney Omernick

When his wife unexpectedly tells him that she wants a divorce, Otto Wall must do his best to try and re-enter the dating scene…as a single dad in Goodbye to All That.

Should you see it:

If you enjoy new beginnings, watching relationships evolve, and having a good laugh, then this film is for you! The movie also features a great cast including Paul Schneider, Anna Camp, Heather Graham, and more!

Who to take:

This romantic comedy would be great to see with your friends or significant other.

What are the best practices for dating as a single parent?

Cupid’s Advice:

After taking a hiatus from the game, you might need a refresher course…especially if you’re a single parent. Never fear! Cupid’s Pulse has compiled a few tips on some of the best practices for dating as a single parent. Check them out below!

1. Ease into it: Especially if you’re newly divorced, take this time to really focus on your kids and their feelings. Make sure that when you’re ready to date again, you talk to your kids about it and are without a doubt convinced that this is the next step in your life.

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2. Be honest: If your date doesn’t know that you’re a single parent before your first meeting, you should let them know your situation right away! Your kids come first, and it’s obviously important that you’re dating someone who knows that you have children and isn’t thrown off by it.

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3. Avoid multiple introductions: Children can easily get attached to a new ‘friend’ of mom or dad’s. So, be careful with how many different partners you’re bringing home and how often. If people keep disappearing on them, kids may become pessimistic about romantic relationships.

What are some other best practices for dating as a single parent? Share your thoughts in the comments!