Many single parents feel that they are dating not only for themselves, but also for their children; they seek to find a loving partner a good role model for their children.
Other single parents feel that the parenting side of things is already under control; they simply seek a relationship with someone who understands the commitment of parenthood.
In any case, diving into single parent dating is an exciting adventure, and one that many Australian singles are ready to pursue. To help you along the road to a happy, lasting relationship, Elite Singles aims to connect you with singles who have a high chance of compatibility; singles that suit your relationship goals and personality type.
Are you a single parent looking to find love and companionship?At Elite Singles you can meet singles who understand your commitments as a parent.In fact, more than three quarters of Australian Elite Singles members told us they would happily date someone who already has children. There are thousands of singles who are looking to find love and companionship, just like you.When you're a single parent, dating can present some interesting challenges.Are you ready to start the journey into Single Parent Dating?
As with regular dating, it's incredibly important to connect with people who you actually have something in common with.
Going on bad dates is not only a waste of your precious time, it is also very disheartening for singles who are searching for that special someone.
Elite Singles matches potential partners via our matchmaking algorithm, which takes note of relationship preferences and personality compatibility. By knowing what you are looking for, you’ll save a lot of time during the dating process, and you’ll be able to spot a potential partner when you see one.
Ask any parent and they will tell you that time is their most precious resource. When you meet someone special it’s normal that you would want to bring that person into your world as soon as possible.
So before you jump into Single Parent Dating, ask yourself what you are looking for in a partner. But when it comes to introducing a new partner to young children, it’s important that you don’t jump the gun; it’s often best to wait until you are fully sure that your partner seems committed to being a consistent part of your –and your children’s –lives before you introduce them.
What if you were the new parent, teacher or friend of a kid with a gay mother or father?