Tips on dating a cop
I am in the Buena Park, California area should anyone like to comment. Dated two female cops in my short time as a cop myself... Second one was super nice and caring at the beginning but shortly turned into a super bitch.Women in law enforcement seem to have a chip on their shoulders...These people go through so many emotions in a day based on what they see and hear.I wish I could find a nice female or male Police officer to start a Friendship with...So we have to make extra efforts to really get out there in the world to meet dateable people. Well, what do you do when you become close to a co-worker and begin a relationship while he is your equal. This has been so stressful and we both have serious stress and anxiety issues from this.Even with all the incredible technology out there to help people connect, there appear to be a couple of consistent truths in dating as a female officer no matter how old you are or how scared you may be to get out there and try to meet someone. During the course of the relationship he is promoted. On top of this, being a female, I am constantlky subject to rumor after rumor, and a lot of sexual harrassment...
It is not congenial work nor yet the love of countless friends. For the Trail is full of sweet surprises, and we are convinced, as Robert Louis Stevenson has said. were married (hypetheticly)Or may as well be you know? I have no desire to be in a relationship with a submissive weak woman no matter how hot she may be. I out shot her with her own service weapon, I defeated her in hand to hand combat, and I loved it every time she took me into her. I have never had a more perfect partner in bed than my police officer mate. To this day I cannot fathom having a mate who isn't as powerful as her or as capable of handling herself without me- I desire a complimentary mate not a supplementary one.
It's like saying to her, "I really like you, except this one big part of you that happens to be paying the bills." Several officers have explained to me that this makes them feel completely unappreciated, as if what they do as female police officers doesn't count.
They feel that if they were men, they would be considered heroes for their chosen occupation, but as women they are just doing something to upset their partner. For me personally, I was a divorced mom when I became an officer. It felt like men were looking for a challenge or they wanted to be able to put an "X" in the box on their bucket list that reads, "Dated a Cop." Some of our challenges are obvious—we can't date criminals or our bosses, and sometimes these seem to be the only people around.
Would those challenges be there had I selected another occupation such as school teacher or veterinarian? The Numbers Game By the time a woman can become a police officer in the U.
S.—considering the birth rates and immigration rates—there are slightly more men than woman in the population per age group.