They were ready to settle down, but apps involved too many first dates and casual expectations.
One friend had a tendency to drink a couple of cocktails and then tell men that she wanted three children in the next five years.
At 31, Lauren Brim’s life in Los Angeles was almost everything she’d ever wanted.
“I was working for myself and making art,” she told me. Lauren tried everything — from relationship seminars to hypnosis — in her quest to secure that missing piece.
I can have sex without love, love without sex, and I can prevent pregnancy until I’m ready. But like most 30-something single women, I’m often reminded that they could be limiting, too.
encourages individuals to seek legal counsel before entering a platonic parenting relationship.
Schulz and Busic have a written agreement that outlines a pretty even split on finances and time spent with Milo. Schulz points out that trust is required of any committed relationship.
Modamily allows people to create profiles and meet compatible strangers, much like or Ok Cupid.
Since launching in 2012, Modamily, the first North American-based website for co-parenting, has led to at least 50 babies.