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Tips for dating a police officer

Being in a long term relationship with an Eeyore will be days filled with pouring rain even when the sun is shining bright.

To get to know someone you need to see who they are when they think no one is looking, how they handle conflict, meet their families and friends, manage their money, as well as many other aspects of their lives.

Do you feel you need to interrogate them to find out about their day or are they excited to share with you funny anecdotes about their coworkers?

If you feel this person has a life they do not want to include you in and you've talked to them a couple of times about what you need, but are still met with resistance, get the clue that you are more into them than they are into you. The goal of a healthy functional relationship is interdependence where two people can have separate interests and hobbies, yet when they come together their life fits together.

Recognize it is not anyone's fault, but just two people who were not meant to spend a lifetime together.

An officer’s job is summed up with “To serve and protect.” Your date will be looking out for the innocent and making citizens feel safe and secure. You’ll be dating someone who many consider to be a hero.

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.

Commonalities & complementing differences When Mike and I were dating, it felt as if we were two puzzle pieces who fit together perfectly.