Family Alpha Podcast: Dating Single Mothers (with Guest Alexander J.A Cortes)

Should Men Date Single Mothers?

It’s a loaded question which has many people on both sides getting rather heated in defense of their position.

In this Podcast Craig and I break the question down along with our guest Alexander J.A Cortes.

You can find Alexander J.A Cortes on twitter at: twitter.com/AJA_Cortes

His site: alexanderjuanantoniocortes.com/

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  • Colin says:

    Enjoyed this podcast. Just want to add something to supplement Hunter’s positive experience with an adopted father. While taking on another man’s child is a tremendous investment in resources, the man who took Hunter not only enriched his own life in the end, but also those of his biological children who have an extra sibling and all his support.

    Jeff Bezos was raised by an adopted father named Miguel Bezos. That decision has certainly worked out for him! http://americanhistory.si.edu/family-voices/individuals/miguel-bezos

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