Online Dating As A Single Parent

If you’re a single parent, and you have just become single starting dating again could be a little intimidating. Every single parent will go through these type of feelings but if you have access to the internet your worries could soon be over with these dating tips.

mother_son.jpgGone are the days where you would have to start going out again to meet someone new. And then have to worry about when to tell them about your children. With a single parent online dating service everyone there already has children. And they already know that all the other members have children. This brings down a massive piece of pressure instantly. You can then start dating as any other single would, and start enjoying yourself again.

Another advantage with online dating as a single parent is you don’t need a babysitter to look after your children when you want to get to know someone. This is all done from the comfort of your own home. You just need your most comfortable chair, a drink and your pc or laptop. You don’t even need to wear your best clothes, just something you feel good in.

The first thing you will need to do is find a reputable and popular single parent online dating web site. There are plenty of reviews online you can read before you come to a decision. After you have made your decision you can create a profile on any service at no cost to you. Then you’re free to use them for searching and browsing until you decide to upgrade your membership.

Creating your profile is easy. A nice up-to-date photo preferably from your shoulder up as the main photo. This gives your potential dates a good idea of what you look like. There’s nothing worse on an online dating profile than a photo of someone from so far away you can’t tell what they look like. You can add additional photos that could have your children with you, and maybe doing something you enjoy. Your description part of your profile should be filled out as much as possible. Give the singles browsing your profile some insights into the real you. Keep everything as positive as possible as well so you don’t turn anyone off. As a single parent you could add the times you have the children or they are with the other parent if it’s at a regular time of the week. This will help other single parents that will fit into that arrangement, and save you any confusion or heartache later.

As you can see online dating as a single parent will make things a lot easier for you. You get to know other singles at your own pace, and it doesn’t interfere with your busy parental schedule.

5 Relationship Tips When Starting a New Relationship

These five tips are something that was emailed by one of my subscribers. They are all great relationship advice for both men and women
 
1.  Be aware of unresolved baggage. Emotional scars and wounds from your past can easily sabotage any new relationship.  Take the time to identify unresolved feelings of anger, hurt, guilt and disappointment from the past and accept these feelings as lessons learned.  It then becomes easier to move on.
 
2.  Avoid “fairy-tale” thinking.  It’s not your partner’s job to make you happy.  It is your responsibility to love and value yourself when you enter a relationship.  Dependency and neediness are not attractive qualities. It is also an illusion to assume any one person can meet all your needs or desires.
 
3.  Start with friendship first. This level of comfort translates into a solid foundation for love to blossom and intimacy to develop.  So be friends first before you open the door to the physical and emotional closeness that is so essential to a solid partnership.
 
4. Be sure your expectations are realistic.  Are your demands about weight, age, height, financial success and other factors limiting your ability to find the right partner?  Being flexible, objective and fair prevents us from setting ourselves up for the pain and disappointment of unrealistic expectations.

5.  Communicate effectively by encouraging open, honest dialogue.  In addition to your words, be attuned to your partner’s nonverbal cues and body language.  Also be aware of your own cues that can trigger messages and unconscious signals to your partner.

Dealing with the relationship depression

Let’s face it, there are only really two types of relationships, good ones and bad ones. The good ones are great because these are the ones that will give you the most enjoyment and lust for life. The bad one show ever can have a really negative effect on your life and unfortunately relationship depression can occur in many people. For a relationship to work it needs both parties to be 100% committed. If there are any doubts on either side then the relationship will probably not last. More can be found at http://www.relationshipsurgery.com

Relationship Advice

There can be several reasons why people suffer from relationship depression. This can occur whilst a relationship is still in progress.
It may be that one party is being ignored by the other or even on some occasions being physically abused by the partner. This can cause serious depression especially if the person doesn’t have anyone to talk to about it or if they are being threatened not to talk about it to anyone else.

Another way relationship depression can occur is when the relationship has ended. Some people find it hard to start another relationship and this can lead them to start getting depressed and then thinking that nobody else really cares for them. This lack of self-confidence can sometimes be quite difficult to overcome and can actually go on for quite
some time. If you think you’re suffering from any type of depression then it is important that you seek medical advice as soon as possible.
Depression can be treated quite easily especially if you catch it in the early stages. So you should always make an appointment to see your doctor as soon as you feel that you are not behaving the way you normally are.
There is always help available for anyone suffering from relationship depression, you just have to let people know that you have a problem.