Co-operation Is Better For Single Parents As Well As Children, According to MumsDateDads
July 10, 2009
London, UK (RPRN) 10th July 2009
-- MumsDateDads.co.uk, a new light hearted and upbeat single parent dating
website, has indicated that a healthy co-operative relationship between mothers and fathers who have split up is beneficial to both parents, as well as being hugely important in the development of their children.
MumsDateDads has established that parents who come to a mutual agreement regarding the custody of, and access to, their children are better positioned to find being a single parent an easier task than if the situation was unstable and awkward.
Andy Hammonds, founder of the single parent dating
website, commented: “Parents who are on the same level with each other and have no problem communicating will undoubtedly find it easier to liaise with each other when it comes to their children.”
“A mutually beneficial sharing of the children will help the parents have the time to do things that are unrelated to their parental duties. Daily activities such as exercise or even social aspects such as dating are often sacrificed due to the demands of being a single parent.”
MumsDateDads offers parents a great way to spend time interacting with other single parents who are in the same situation through the medium of the internet, allowing them to contact and chat with thousands of other single parents all over the country. This can all be done from the comfort of their own home, proving that meeting a potential new partner need not be a difficult task.
Andy continued: “The most difficult aspect of finding a new partner is the finding process. MumsDateDads makes dating for parents
much easier, and can lead to meetings that are far more likely to progress than if a single parent were to head out to pubs and clubs in an attempt to find a date.”
MumsDateDads is free to join, enabling users to browse the site and view thousands of single parent profiles. Members can pay a subscription fee, from as little as £7.50 per month, which will allow users to create and view video profiles, send personal messages and offer virtual themed gifts. Members can also use their mobile to upload photos to their profiles as well as receive text messages notifying them when they have received a message.
For more information please visit www.mumsdatedads.co.uk
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