If you live in a city, chances are you’ll find people nearby to connect with; if you live in the suburbs, prepare for matches fifty miles away. They do a nice job with their psychological tests, bound to introduce you to better matches, but the process is long and it costs.
Overall, I recommend avoiding this site unless you have time to set up the profile, want to pay for the features and don’t mind meeting people halfway across your state. ) and works like other web dating sites—you use specific search parameter’s to filter through matches, which makes your hunt easier.
Cons: A website is more difficult and takes more time than an app, hands down. You will get emailed by anyone and everyone though, whether they’re in your search parameters or not, so be prepared.
Also, unless you subscribe, it’s difficult to use for a trial period to see if you want to pay for their subscription.
Traditionally men view the introduction of children to be a big step.
When you have talked about exclusivity and are both sure you share the same vision for the future of your relationship, then you can introduce the kids.
In order to message people, you have to pay for a subscription.
The pro here is that men who are paying are more likely to message back and make dates.
I know, I know, the logistics of dating as a solo parent who’s working to provide for her family can get tough.
I’m right there in the trenches online at single parents' dating sites and on apps, looking for love and, mostly, looking to stay out of trouble.
That’s a huge dynamic difference from me, in my late 30s with a little one not even in kindergarten.