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Like Naomi from London, who met Rich through Partners for Parents in 2009."I joined a couple of local dating sites and a big national one that my friends put me up for," recalls Naomi.At Partners For Parents, we have hundreds of like-minded parents looking for love and wanting a mature, careful and confident helping hand to allow them to find the right match.As busy parents, we don't always have time - or energy!- for endless blind dates or speed dating evenings.We just want to know that one of our all-important evenings away from home is going to be used well by being in the company of someone that has similar likes, interests and, is often the case with Partners for Parents members, is a parent too.
"You have to recognise that it's you they are interested in."Finding Mr or Mrs Right can be incredibly time consuming."Or you can arrange to have dates when your ex-partner has the children."If you don't work during the day, you might also want to try and date at a time when your children are at school, but it can be more difficult because it requires your date to also not be working during school hours too, or having a very understanding boss.Barbara suggests that early dates should take place over a cup of coffee in a nice cafe, somewhere you can talk but get away quickly if things aren't working out.In fact on my second date with Rich I had to go home after 20 minutes because the babysitter called to say my littlest one was not well. And here we are 6 months later: we couldn't be happier." So if you are a parent looking for love... Getting back into dating when you're a single parent can be daunting, especially if it's been a while since you last went on a date.