Dating single parents don’t have it easy. Many single mums and dads would like a partner to share the ups and downs of parenting with. But where can single parents find a partner that is willing to fall in love not just with a new partner, but with a whole new family?
These days, more and more dating single parents are relying on online matchmaking to help them find the right person for a happy relationship. Especially at this time of year, when we celebrate mother’s and father’s day, we want to give even more single parents the opportunity to find love through be2 matchmaking.
Are you happy on mother’s day or father’s day, because you know how blessed you are to be a parent? But are you also sad, because you don’t have a partner to share that happiness with?
Why online? Well, single parents don’t have it easy finding a partner who will fit into their life and appreciate all the commitments they already have. Dating for parents is tricky, because it can be hard to even get out for a night on the town. At the very least, they will need a babysitter and they certainly can’t just bring home a stranger after a date. Most single parents don’t have a lot of single friends, so finding a partner at parties with mostly couples is pretty impossible, too.
The next challenge that dating for parents contains is actually telling a new partner about the kids: When is the right time to tell and how will he or she react?
be2 can not only help single parents online find a partner, be2 can also take that fear out of dating for parents. Everyone can state in their profile at be2, whether they could imagine dating someone who already has kids. Any one who ticks “no children” won’t be introduced to you if you state in your profile that you have kids, so there won’t be any unpleasant surprises later. You know from the start that all partner recommendations are happy to meet single parents online and don’t mind the fact that you have kids.
Here’s some advice that makes dating for parents successful:
- The first step is the free personality test. It helps determine which partners are suited to your personality and – an aspect that is particularly relevant to parents – share your values!
- State that you have children in your personality profile. You can also choose whether you want to meet single parents online or if you would prefer a partner without children.
- Now add a nice picture of yourself. Choose one where you look friendly and relaxed. Your privacy will remain protected, as only registered members who are a good match can see your profile and you decide, which members you want to show your photo to.
- Get active! Get in touch, get active and start writing! There will be lots of other single parents online in May.