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Culver City psychotherapist Janis Rosenberg cautions the divorced to “go slow” when they begin dating and says it’s hard, especially for teens, to see their parents as sexually active people.“While many children might wish their parents would get a social life, it’s important to be sensitive and monitor their reaction to your dating activities and your dates,” Rosenberg says. With online dating sites, there’s the risk we might see our children’s profiles — or they might see ours! Internet-savvy children can wander through our web activities the same way they once searched in the closets for Christmas presents. My own response to friends who have asked about my new single life has been to say that it reminds me of dating in high school, but there are important distinctions: No one worries about school nights, we all have smart phones and no one’s a virgin.

And yet, with our children tracking our every move, many of us now find ourselves with the one thing we didn’t expect: a new “parent” watching as we walk out the door — wondering when (at what time and perhaps with whom) we’ll return. I don’t take it too seriously — until she wants me to meet the guy. Marrying was a big transition, since his new wife has kids and we spend holidays together.

Can you tell from the conversation who’s the parent and who’s the child?

Our children are becoming our parents — or trying to. And many of us don’t like what feels like an uncomfortable invasion of our privacy.

Dominick, age 21: “When my parents divorced 10 years ago, it was really difficult. It’s strange for me, but I just have to accept this transition.

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Though we were only two years apart, we had vastly different maturity levels, as young and quickly-growing children tend to.They are, in their own ways, watching over us, asking (at times aggressively) the very same questions we asked them, the very same questions our parents asked us many years ago. Those questions we felt obligated to ask as good, responsible parents are coming back to haunt us.How many women find themselves at the receiving end of their daughter’s clipped comment, “You’re wearing on a date?No matter which way you spin it, landing yourself in a committed relationship seems to be, by millennial standards, “the wrong idea.” I want to believe that selected only their most salacious interviewees to quote, but I know that’s not true.I’ve received my fair share of lewd attention during my online dating tenure to verify: It really is that bad. ” She gestures despairingly at the four men in front of her, archetypes of my generation in their hoodies, craft beer in one hand, i Phone in the other, with their untrimmed beards and general lack of ambition.

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