Being a single dad is tough, but it can be made easier with the right tools. Here are some tips to
help manage the stress of being a single dad:
Take time for yourself. It’s important to take time for yourself and not just focus on taking care of
your children. You’ll feel better and be able to focus better if you take time out of your day just
Keep your kids busy with activities that they enjoy doing or learning new things about their
interests. If they have an interest like soccer or basketball, try going to some games with them
or helping them learn how to play better!
Take breaks from parenting when possible. Sometimes it can be hard for parents to take breaks
from their kids, but if you want to maintain sanity as a parent, then you need some time away
from them every now and then!
Kids are awful little creatures, but you’re stuck with one
Kids are awful little creatures, but you’re stuck with one.
So what do you do? How do you deal? I believe that kids are the single most amazing thing in
the world. They have ruined my life and turned me into an angry monster with no patience for
anything, but I am still in love with my child.
Here are some tips on how to survive being a parent:
1) Don’t be afraid to admit that being a parent is hard. It’s okay if all you want to do is cry and
watch Netflix all day because that’s how you feel right now – it’s normal! You’re allowed to feel
this way! You’re not alone!
2) Talk about your feelings with other parents who can relate – this helps tremendously!
3) Take care of yourself so you can take care of your kids – don’t let yourself fall apart because then YOU will be too exhausted/exhausted/unable to function properly as a parent and it’ll just end up being even harder on everyone involved!
Maybe Try Some Relaxing Recreational Products
We all need a little relaxation in our lives, and these days, that means a lot of different things.
If you live in Colorado or any other state where recreational marijuana is legal, you have the
option of getting your relaxation in the form of THC gummies. These little treats are great for
helping you unwind after a stressful day at work, or just to take the edge off before you head out
on a Friday night. If you’re not sure how to use your gummies, here are some tips:
- Try them at home first! They might be too strong for some people, so it’s best to start with
lower dosages and work your way up as needed.
- Start small—one or two gummies should do it! If they’re not enough for your needs, try three
next time and so on until you find what works best for you.
- Don’t eat more than 10 grams at once (that’s like eating 20 regular-sized gummies). If you
have any questions about proper dosage or how much THC is safe for your body weight, talk
with your doctor!
Being a Single Dad Sucks, But You Can Still Chill With The Ladies
You’re a single dad. You know what that means: no time for the ladies.
But guess what? You can still have chill times with the ladies, even though you’re a single dad.
- Don’t be too much of a dad.
- Be chill in your own way, but don’t try to be cool or act like you know what’s up. If you go
overboard, you’ll just end up looking like an idiot (and we all know how much women love
- If it seems like she might be into you, ask her out on a date—but don’t ask too soon!
Wait until she asks you first. That way, if things don’t work out between the two of you, she won’t
feel rejected because SHE asked YOU out first and not vice versa!
- If things DO work out between the two of you, don’t freak out about being a single dad
anymore; instead, focus on how lucky she is to have such an amazing guy like YOU in her life
who happens to also be raising children!
If You’re a Single Dad, You Just Need to Suck It Up. No Relaxation for You
If you’re a single dad, it’s time to suck it up.
If you’re a single dad, you can’t let yourself relax.
If you’re a single dad, you have to keep going.
If you’re a single dad, no breaks for you!
You hear that? No breaks for you! You’re on your own. You don’t get to sit back and enjoy the
day or take time out for yourself because there’s no one else who can do it for you right now.
You need to be strong for your kid(s), so don’t let them down by letting yourself down too.
You may think that this is unfair or unkind, but it isn’t: once their mother has left them—and yes, she did leave them—they need someone strong who can pick up the slack and make sure everything goes smoothly for them until they’re old enough to fend for themselves (and maybe even after then). They need someone who will give them the love and attention they need without fail every day of their lives until they’re ready to stand on their own two feet in this world without help from anyone else ever again! And that person needs to be YOU because no one else cares about what happens to you. You suck.
Good luck out there champ