For many single parents, dating is exciting and scary at the same time.On one hand, you can hardly contain your enthusiasm for your new love interest.
Dating allows two people to get to know each other better; however, it can be a confusing process to navigate. These questions and more are addressed in How to Date like a Pro, a webinar provided by Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered and Katherine Mc Laughlin.
If you are interested in someone, how do you act on those feelings? Online dating has become a popular and quick way to meet people.
I started to get out in my community and meet people at groups, volunteering, clubs and playing sports. You have to put yourself out there to find the right friend.
Friends don’t care if you have a disability or not.
Unlike traditional dating, meeting online gives each person the opportunity to protect their identity until he/she feels comfortable enough to reveal more personal details.
This is especially helpful for individuals who prefer to wait to disclose their disability.Ask yourself: Can a potential girlfriend/boyfriend be….Relationships usually start off being fun and exciting.A lot of single parents ask, "When should I introduce my kids to the person I'm dating?" Peter Sheras, a clinical psychologist at the University of Virginia, and the author of "The commitment is the most important piece because, when there's commitment, that becomes obvious to the kids."Being true to yourself and your partner is key.Partners, in turn, should be supportive and willing to compromise so that a comfortable median can be reached.