There is no news yet on who the mystery man was, but general consensus on the internet is that he was trying to make a move on Kourtney.
I recently stumbled across a list in Adoptive Families magazine titled “30 Things Adoptees Wish They Knew About Their Birthparents – But Often Are Afraid To Ask.” Many of the questions I grew up wondering about, and sometimes stressing about, were sitting in front of me on a piece of paper written and published by someone else.The fact that someone had taken the time to write these 30 questions was very validating for me. The answers to these questions require basic information.I had never seen anyone get in trouble for asking about his or her birth family.Yet I knew it did not feel right to bring up the subject.The adoptive parent in an open adoption carries the extra burden (and privilege) of presenting information in a way that makes sense to the child.
From the day I was adopted at age 4, I knew it would hurt my parents’ feelings if I asked about my birth family. I had never been told I shouldn’t talk about my birth family.The single parent dilemma is felt the hardest by the children, and as a product of such a household I am lucky enough to have this insight in my dating life.Many guys just don’t know how to deal with a child that isn’t theirs and it becomes immediately evident to the child, even when the mom is disillusioned into thinking that the guy is perfect.You're a role models for your kids, and your views on alcohol, tobacco, and drugs can strongly influence how they think about them.So make talking about drugs a part of your general health and safety conversations.Kids can be great bonuses to meeting someone new and they can also be nightmares just as easily.