If the latter is happening and there appears to be no end in sight, it’s time to move on.
Divorce guilt: It’s not uncommon for parents–particularly, but not exclusively, non-custodial parents–to feel guilt after a divorce.
” There are no one-size-fits-all answer to that questions, but below are some insights as to what a dad–or any parent, really–might be contemplating when he decides to hold off on this big step, even if you’re ready to meet his kids and have him meet yours: He’s just not that into you…yet: Perhaps the two of you haven’t known each other long enough, in his estimation, or he doesn’t know you well enough for you to meet his kids. Do his children have any special needs or concerns that must be taken into consideration? As you get to know each other better, more answers to these questions will be revealed, allowing him to be more open to your meeting his kids.
When I was dating, my kids were aware that I went on dates, but they didn’t meet everyone I dated. He’s just not that into you: It’s an uncomfortable truth, but it happens.
You’ll need to decide if this is enough for you and for how long.