Don’t go over board and try too hard; they will sniff that out. 8: Don’t rush it - Be careful to not introduce a new relationship too fast.
For teens, they don’t need, nor do they want, the new partner to just jump in and be a part of the family.Having a relationship (or relationships) that are propelled into the family structure and then end abruptly is very difficult on the children.Teens are not interested in the new partner giving parenting advice unless they are solicited.New partners need to learn to ask questions, show interest in the things they do but don’t give advice.
Keep the dating scene away from the kids for a while. Make sure there is something forming before you introduce your kids to the revolving door of dates.If the kids think you are just good friends and the relationship ends it won’t be so hard on them.