Socializing with your kids included is a good way to approach the social scene.It takes the pressure off of meeting someone because you can always enjoy being there with your children.
Your kids may want to know whether you and your ex-spouse slept together before you were married, whether you were monogamous in marriage, or how many partners you may have had. Teens in particular may be looking for reasons to say no to peer pressure, so make your answers constructive for them.
Try to understand the aspects that upset him, which can help you find ways to make the experience easier on him.
If he's worried that dating will cut into your time together, for example, then you might create some special one-on-one time with him.
Be patient — it's likely to take some time for your son to adjust.
Many kids hope their parents will get back together, but, ultimately, most want their parents to be happy.
Talking with a counselor or other divorced parents who are dating may help.