With the world on your shoulders and precious little free time it's obvious why. You can log on at night, after your kids are asleep, and you can get to know potential partners long before you actually go on a date.
Regardless, it can be scary getting back out there. Here’s a list of 3 dating sites that can help.
Zoosk is built for busy singles – and who could be busier than a single father?
Zoosk uses “behavioral matchmaking” to learn your likes and dislikes and send you matches that fit your preferences. It saves you time that you don’t have, and the more you use it, the more it learns about you and what your interests are.
It also takes security seriously, and for a single parent looking for someone who may meet their kids down the road (hopefully), this is no small thing.
For years a household name, Match.com is perfectly suited for single parents.
It lets you filter your dating options extensively, so you don’t waste any time. The site also coordinates a great deal of offline events, including bar and restaurant outings, which creates the kind of community you won’t find on any other site.
We all need an icebreaker sometimes, and Match.com may be just the ticket to help you meet somebody and get the conversation going.
Elite Singles is at the top of the dating sites industry, but it hasn’t let success get in the way of crafting uniquely personalized experiences for users.
You start out with a list of questions to gauge who you’re compatible with, covering everything from the personal to the general - and, of course, there are the ever important ones about children.
It helps you cut to the chase and avoid wasting your time. After all, why take the time to go on a couple dates only to learn that she isn’t into kids or doesn’t want to have a family?
So single dads, if you’re ready to get back in the dating world, try giving one of these sites a try and see the difference for yourself.