How soon should you introduce a new partner to your child?
Wait Until Your Kids Have Healed from the Divorce Before Introducing a New Partner to Your Kids. In sum, the key to successful parenting post-divorce is helping your kids heal from your breakup, and introducing them to a new love too soon might complicate, delay, or damage this process.
How long should you date someone before meeting their parents?
“Don't introduce anyone to your parents unless it's a serious, committed relationship,” therapist and relationship expert Rachel Sussman tells Moneyish. “Usually, that's after at least four or five months.”
How long should you wait before dating after a divorce?
1. Wait until your divorce or separation is final before you start dating. Even if you know your marriage is really, truly over, you still need to give yourself some time and space. "Although there's no 'magic' time frame by which one is ready to date, I typically recommend that one wait about a year," Jones says.
Can I stop my ex introducing new partner?
Talk to your ex before either of you introduce a new partner. Make sure your ex is aware it is happening, and they don't find out from one of the children. Accept neither of you can stop the other from introducing someone new (except in the rare circumstances where there are safeguarding issues).