Of course, you're allowed to have a life, even a sex life -- just not at your child's expense.

When school-age children are exposed to these new relationships, you need to be clear with them about your feelings as well as the differences between an adult relationship and one between adolescents.

Getting together on a weeknight or for a casual coffee shop lunch doesn't make the date any less important.

Jumping into a relationship for the sake of being in a relationship or feel complete is the wrong reason to date.

The desire to be in a relationship for the sake of being in a relationship may even be why your marriage didn’t last.

If you are looking for a dating relationship, it's best to go with a service like e Harmony, Match or OKCupid.

Apps like Tinder tend to have a repuation as something used for casual sex. We all lead busy lives these days, so people are lot more open to scheduling dates for whenever time permits.

Kids may even want you to quickly marry someone, so they can be part of a “normal” traditional family unit.

Be sure to explain to your child the differences between casual dating, long-term relationships and getting married.

If you are going to put yourself out there to start a new relationship be fair to yourself and others and make sure that you are dating for the right reasons, or dating will be a disaster.

Do Focus on Character More Than Chemistry We all love when we feel chemistry with someone--the sweaty palms, the butterflies in your stomach--but too many of us rely on chemistry to tell us who to date.

There is no perfect answer as to when you should start dating again, but usually it is best to wait at least a year after your divorce.

Use this time to go out and have fun with friends, learn a new skill, go away for a week.

Chemistry and attraction change and often disappear completely.