, almost one out of every four mothers and a whopping 71 percent of fathers readily post pictures of their offspring to their Tinder profiles.This aligns with my experience — and it’s also completely insane. Dating is a challenge under any circumstances, but especially so if you’re a single parent.
Trust me, the rest of us have no desire to try to replace your child’s other parent, but when you talk about it so much, it makes us start to wonder.
Children often emotionally attach to any adult they are frequently around.
I want her to find a man who will love her as much as her father has loved me for almost 40 years. She tried setting up her son Jordan Beck, a 27-year-old former pro-football player, with girls several times without any luck.
Would be willing to relocate for the right man," writes the parent. Then she found his future wife, Hillary, through friends she met at a conference.
Hell, hire a professional photographer if you must. Tinder isn’t a good look on minors, and minors aren’t a good look on you.
As a child psychiatrist, I have treated a large number of children who were harmed by the poor choices their parents made while dating.
He hasn't gone on a date through "Date My Single Kid" yet. He is hoping for the best and preparing for the worse, a broken heart.
But even after a breakup, he knows he's got Mom to turn to.
But sharing too much information about your kids in any online setting frequented by strangers is a terrible idea.
The whole point of Tinder is to interact with strangers.
Another mother submitted an entry for her son Brian, a 32-year-old accountant and security guard, who enjoys spending time with friends and grilling out. Terry Beck knew her son was busy with games and practices, so she called Hillary's parents to set up a phone conversation for the two.