) Dating a single mom or dad with younger children?
You may want to brush up on your story-time skills and cartoon character knowledge to win favour: 72% of single parents with kids under 13 would only date someone their child expressly approved of.
So if you have a friend who will make any trip interesting no matter what, then give it a shot.
At Elite Singles we wanted to celebrate by looking at dating for parents: what makes it great, and what you need to know to make it even better. Happily, we can ignore these silly misconceptions in favour of a simple, happy truth: our most recent member study has revealed that parents are really, really dateable.However, if you're dating someone with older or adult children, the pressure to impress is off - in fact, 54% of single parents with kids over 18 agree with the statement ''it’s none of my children’s business who I date.'' Whether you're dating as a parent or dating a parent (or both), remember this: impressing the kids is good but you are also entitled to give your adult relationships room to grow.The survey emphasizes this, with 78% of Americans preferring to wait until they're in a serious relationship before introducing a new partner to their kids.Question from Lois: What about trips that are only for singles?PS: I think day trips for singles are a good idea, or maybe even three days.