With the evolution of the internet, people work online, shop online, attend classes online—and singles are now seduced into the virtual reality of online dating.
The diverse abundance of profiles entice today’s single parent to explore hundreds of potential matches in a search for a potential love interest.
Our writers explore and prepare you for the thoughts and feelings we all experience on our dating journey to keep things fun and interesting.
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‘Hot Gurl’ is not particularly attractive and isn’t likely to bring the quality suitors knocking on your door.
Golden herself met her husband through friends 16 years ago — before dating apps had hit the scene.
She has never personally used a dating app, but said her training makes her equipped to help modern singles.
With the hustle and bustle of working, raising kids and racing to extracurricular activities, making time for a social life can be challenging, especially for single parents whose personal time is a rare commodity—but they aren’t destined to a life of solitude.
The desire to find balance and become well rounded drives the single parent to schedule “me time” into their hectic schedules.