As a child, my husband's family pressured him to undergo laser treatment to have his birthmark mostly or completely removed. Other than him being teased a bit as a child, his birthmark was mostly a nonissue.
However, I believe some of his anti-social behavior stems from that.
A couple of weeks ago I had coffee with a blind date who was attractive, interesting, and successful... Before that, I had a couple of dates and the next day had inexplicable headaches. Not only because it's time consuming when you already need an additional 2 hours in the day to get everything done, but also because there's no one that will love your children as much as you do.
I guess what I'm telling myself is--I'd rather be single. From my perspective as a working single mom, a guy has to be pretty special to take time away from my child when I already wish that I had more time with him.
The only red flag I see here is that your daughter and his son are a little young to be settling down.
Many people do successfully marry their college sweethearts, but I don't see why they would rush into it.
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