That goes for all men, cops or not

Dating a cop hard

Plans could be canceled, evenings in could be spent with your lover thinking about cases and many nights will be spent worrying about his or her safe return from the job. Going into something believing there is no hope is no way to start a relationship. Red flags are something to look for. Almost everyone has grown up seeing shows that depict hard-nosed men and women leading exciting lives. He tells me everything and makes sure I have my own life because he knows and I now understand how important this is.

You def can't be selfish and

Rosallee Scott Dating a cop, and especially being married to a cop takes courage. Their day includes a car chase, bringing down the bad guys and then coming home to an equally exciting and passionate night with the one who waits at home. Dating a cop is its own adventure. Though police officers are heroes, they are human too and the last thing that you can be in a relationship with them is too needy or clingy. Knowing what to expect helps you better prepare to love your cop.

He's a real man's man so romance isn't a big thing for us. He is the sweetest, most attentive person. Now on the other hand, His texts while he is at work are few and far between. Him being a cop is irrelevant. Know what you want out of it before hand.

Well i know we have

Our short time together, even the mornings he crawls into bed with me for just a few moments before I have to leave for work are greatly cherished. This is The first time i've ever thought of my future with someone else.

Well, i know we have only been dating for such a short time but I'll tell you now that I truly believe that I have found the one. You def can't be selfish and neither should he.

Be there for him and understanding when you really don't, helps. There are times when i've questioned things but your mind will do this to you.

He's protective in a way that makes you feel loved not controlling at all. He makes sure I'M comfortable. All the good, so far, overpowers the not so good. Until i'm proven otherwise, cops aren't so bad. Neither of us has ever wanted to settle in relationships and we both have our good and bad days and are set in our ways.

The hard part is being completely honest with yourself in determining if you are of the right stock to pursue, capture and happily keep your cop in a relationship. We have an understanding i guess. They need an equally strong partner to support them. Him being a cop doesn't compromise this. You should know right off, most women do, if this person, cop or not, is a person you can trust.

There will be many times when your basic needs will be put on the back burner when dating a cop and you will have to live without what most consider standard relationship etiquette. He speaks openly and honestly. He's a man of morals, not overbearing or possesive. Nerve wrecking to say the least.