At e Harmony, we know that dating as a single parent can be a challenge; that’s why we really take time getting to know you and finding out what you’re looking for in a partner.
We’ll introduce you to singles who share your core values – the really important stuff that long-lasting relationships are built on.
"The children will end up feeling the burden and the responsibility of making their parent happy," says John Gray, Ph.
D., author of and the founder of the Mars and Venus seminars and workshops.
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Many single parents avoid the whole question of dating by devoting all their time outside of work to their children.
At first glance, this seems like the "right thing to do" – and it's probably what your children would say they wanted if you were to ask their opinion. "Becoming socially active again is important because it helps free a parent from becoming obsessive about his or her parenting role," writes Vicki Lansky in her .
But when you throw dating into the mix, there arises a whole new set of challenges.
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X In the third of Sophie's dating blogs she shares her advice for the big date.
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Thanks to our unique Relationship Questionnaire, e Harmony ensures that you’ll be matched with single Mums or Dads who share more than just your experience of being a parent; our matches are based on 29 dimensions of compatibility, so you’ll be one-step closer to finding someone you – and your kids – will really click with.