Dating a police officer advice
They come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and from as various upbringings as those who don’t put on the uniform.
Some are married and have families, some are in relationships, and some are single – often looking for the right girl or guy for them that can appreciate and even support their life as a LEO.
Have you been noticing friends and family being ever-so-polite since you’ve been seeing your police officer? Your date, on the other hand, will be waiting for guards to drop, so they can utter the immortal line “didn’t you tell them you’re dating a cop?
” You’ve heard enough from your partner about the dangers to home and self and about the habits of burglars and attackers to make a couple of key purchases.
Remember though that police officers are well trained and equipped and will generally do things in pairs and many other jobs such as working on a building site carry other considerable risks.
However, although some media outlets like CNN might have you think differently, cops are people just like everyone else, only with more responsibility.In last month's article, , we discussed the challenge of simply meeting good people to go out with, and then offered some suggestions to make meeting them easier while avoiding human landmines.This month's article is particularly for those who are dating and looking toward the future, know someone who is, or might someday be.Being in a relationship with someone who doesn’t work a 9-to-5 schedule comes with certain challenges, especially if that person is in Law Enforcement.Sure, doctors and first responders deal with intense situations where if they make a mistake, someone might lose their life.