Welcome to DatingWithChildren.com! Being part of our global community means that you commit us to help ensure that you feel welcomed, safe, and free to be yourself.
When you’re part of a global tribe in which you’re free to be yourself, it also asks that you be responsible for your behavior and actions. When each member takes responsibility for their behavior, it creates an enjoyable and safe experience for all.
Being successful on DatingWithChildren.com means that your behaviors are aligned with the standards of conduct:
Champion kindness in all of your interactions. Treat others how you expect to be treated.
Don’t be rude. Do not bully, intimidate, defame, harass or stalk other members. DatingWithChildren.com has a zero-tolerance policy for abuse and harassment. Reports of harassment, intimidation, and assault are taken very seriously. If someone blocks you or states, they do not want to communicate with you anymore, understand another member’s choice to disengage from getting to know you and that communication. Please do not attempt to circumvent the block by creating additional false accounts/profiles to communicate. Be respectful of their wishes and stop the communication!
VIOLENCE AND PHYSICAL HARM
It would help if you never threatened to harm anyone through your words or physical actions, regardless of meeting them on DatingWithChildren.com or meeting in a social location off our website. Physical, emotional, and verbal violence are not tolerated on our dating websites. Inclusive of this, any content depicting violence, graphic or gory content is not allowed and will result in your account being moderated and may lead to your account being permanently deleted.
DISCRIMINATORY BEHAVIOR & HATE SPEECH
You should be respectful in every interaction with other members. There is no place in our community for hate speech, racism, or bigotry towards any individual or group, resulting in your account in your name or any other pseudo name being permanently banned.
BE KIND ON YOUR DATINGWITHCHILDREN.COM PROFILE
Your profile should not contain violent, abusive, rude, or defamatory content. If you’re looking for some tips on crafting a great dating profile that reflects who you are, you are welcome to purchase one of our dating eBooks. The Dating Profile eBook would be a great start for you.
BE KIND IN THE MESSAGES YOU SEND
Your messages to other members should always be kind. If another member reports your message, the offense will be investigated. Serious offenses will result in your account being banned.
The foundation of all great relationships is respect. Lead with it.
Do not upload content that contains any nudity, sexually explicit, or pornographic content to DatingWithChildren.com. If you upload this type of content, we will delete your member profile. Additionally, if you reference someone meeting you on a porn website or your private website, your profile will be deleted!
COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARK INFRINGEMENT
You should not post content that violates or infringes anyone’s rights, rights of publicity, privacy, copyright, trademark, or other intellectual property.
Our team is here to support you and help make your DatingWithChildren.com experience as enjoyable as possible. You should never physically and verbally abuse or threaten Customer Care Representatives under any circumstances.
Be respectful of your DATINGWITHCHILDREN.COM Profile.
We expect you to observe ground rules regarding the types of images we allow on our platform.
Images that contain the following content will result in your account being permanently banned:
Images that contain the following are not allowed and will result in your account being moderated or deleted:
We have a zero-tolerance policy where minors feature in photos. Please refrain from posting as we will remove them from your profile.
ATTACHING IMAGES TO MESSAGES
We understand that part of getting to know another person is through sharing images that speak to your personal and unique experiences. With that understanding in mind, you may attach any image you like, so long as it does not contain:
Be respectful in the messages you send.
Do not send a message containing unwelcome sexual propositions or sexually explicit content.
If you are married or part of a couple looking for someone to join you, DatingWithChildren.com is not the place for you.
PROSTITUTION, ESCORTING, SOLICITATION, AND TRAFFICKING
Promoting or advocating for commercial sexual services, human trafficking, or non-consensual sexual acts on DatingWithChildren.com is not tolerated and will result in your account being permanently banned.
You should never solicit another member for their private information, including passwords, SSN / SIN, financial information, and home or work address. Any information regarding a member, public or private, shall not be used for business/commercial use or other unlawful or nefarious purposes.
To protect yourself and other members, you should never publicly or privately share private information that belongs to you or someone else.
This should go without saying, but do not use DatingWithChildren.com to do anything illegal. Any profile or message content depicting criminal activity will be taken very seriously and will result in your account being permanently banned.
Use your best judgment and keep your safety top of mind. Always.
You must be 18 years of age or older to use DatingWithChildren.com. If you are found to be underage, your account will be immediately removed and banned. If you encounter someone who has indicated they are under the age of 18, we ask that you please file a report to keep both them and our community safe.
Never display sensitive personal information on your profile and photos that could compromise someone else’s privacy and safety.
When messaging other members on DatingWithChildren.com, don’t share more than you are comfortable with. When in doubt, keep your communication within the DatingWithChildren.com app or website. If you choose to share your personal information, only share basic contact information.
Reporting users who do not adhere to our terms of service is straightforward and important and can be done on the DATINGWITHCHILDREN.COM by clicking “Report User” on the drop-down menu when viewing the profile they wish to report. On the web, members can find the “Report User” button at the very bottom of the profile they wish to report.
For more safety tips, including access to The Safer Dating Report, a resource that empowers members with information and tips to date more safely, please visit our Safety Page.
When you’re free to be yourself, the right people take notice. Let’s take a stand for genuineness.
Be human. Do not use DatingWithChildren.com to spam people, solicit money or business, or defraud people. Do not create accounts that impersonate another person or entity.
Please do not create multiple accounts on DatingWithChildren.com unless our Customer Support Service staff has granted permission. Inclusive of this, do not attempt to use an account that isn’t yours.
BE REAL ON YOUR DATINGWITHCHILDREN.COM PROFILE
All of the information in your profile should be truthful and about you only. Never attempt to mask characters, content, or game the system to get around our content rules.
All your profile images should be focused on you, with your face visible. We may remove images if your face is not clear or overly obscured. We review profiles daily, and a common theme is that our members want to see your face without a hat on your head or sunglasses on your face.
Some exceptions are:
Memes, Cartoons, and Text:
BE REAL IN THE MESSAGES YOU SEND
Be mindful in your first messages to someone. In real life, you wouldn’t introduce yourself with your phone number, email address, Instagram handle, Snapchat or Facebook, or any other social media page or profile, so don’t do that here either.
DatingWithChildren.com is not the place to promote external links in your messages or on your profile. The same goes for solicitation or commercial promotion of any kind.
This is very important in the dating arena regardless of meeting a person on DatingWithChildren.com or in the grocery store. Be Protected at all times in public while on dating. During the communication process, set the stage and tone of the date; well-lighted location, public place, have an exit plan if the date does fill right, or make that first date location a local coffee shop during the daytime. Being protected is not just physical safety. It extends to emotional and safe sex safety.
Transportation: On your first or ten dates, have your transportation to and from the date. It is best to play it safe and drive yourself to the date. If you need to opt-out of the date early, you can do so without feeling trapped on the date.
Safety Back-up Plan: Another helpful tip is always to tell a friend or family member where you’re going and to whom you are going out with on a date; name, photo, e-mail, car, and any other identifiers. Additionally, have a friend ready to pick you up just in case, or a taxi on speed-dial.
Additional Tool To Support A Safe Dating Experience: The Noonlight app has a built-in panic button to hit in case of emergencies. A neat feature of this APP is that you can add friends to your Safety Network to request a check-in. If you don’t respond, the app will help your friend(s) trace your steps and send police if you’re in danger.
Being TRUTHFUL in your communication is very important in dating communication; I know this to be true! I have been on many dating websites and got “Catfished” many times. If you start not being truthful, you can’t move forward in dating someone. Move past insecurity and ask the tough questions during the first conversation but keep it lighthearted in nature. After the dating has started, don’t go long in wondering how the person you’re dating feels about you; ask! Didn’t fear the appears of being insecure, needy, or pushy because the opposite, you will not know the truth about how your dating is going and you risk not knowing how to course, correct?
BE FEARLESS – WIN FRIENDS – TALK
Why can’t we be more relaxed and free-spirit when talking to date interests? What are we afraid of? What danger do we seek to protect ourselves from seeking out someone to date? From my research conversations, we have found that most singles give entirely too much weight or meaning to the outcome of each dating interaction. When people take risks and show up real, they get lighter, brighter, more radiant, and magnetically attractive.
DatingWithChildren.com online is simple if you already know what you are looking for in a relationship and select the right person to date. Many sexy and desirable singles on DatingWithChildren.com are looking for meaningful relationships, so be proactive when contacting a member. If you know your “deal-breakers” and “must-have,” then don’t communicate with those that do not fall within your purpose. It is just that simple. If you wish to increase the likelihood of meeting the right person, consider seeking out one of our Dating Experts and purchase one of our eBooks to help you create an appealing profile that complements your personality. However, the most important part of finding the right person is self-care, self-esteem, and self-worth improvement work.
BE CAREFUL WHILE DATING WITH HAVING CHILDREN
The most important thing to dating with children is their security and meeting the right person to add to your circle, relationship, life, and family. Dating as a single parent doesn’t have to be challenging, but it needs to be navigated with some finest. DatingWithChildren.com was designed and built to help single parents date with success. When dating with children, keep chatting about children to a very minimum. However, we know that children are a package deal with most single mothers and fathers.
There are an estimated 13.6 million single parents in the US. The majority are single mothers, with single fathers constituting 16% of single-parent families. There are two conclusions we can draw from that statistic:
In 2020 it was estimated that single mothers lead around 10.9% of all American households, meaning that there are millions of single moms across America in the dating pool of people seeking a better solution in the dating environment. If you date women, then dating single moms and dads is a very real possibility, especially if you date women or men in their 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, or 50’s. Therefore, DatingWithChildren.com is a valuable solution for women and men seeking love.
We all love our children, however, on the first few dates, try and keep kid chat to a minimum and out of the dating environment. We recommend you truly get to know the person you are dating before bringing your child or children into that relationship. It is important to build a relationship with that person to make sure they are a fit for your family. Dating with children and starting a new relationship can be challenging, but it should take time to get to a comfort level for you and your kids. The open policy should not be extended to meeting your kids. Your kids are learning from your habits, and it does stop at cleaning their rooms; they are watching your dating habits as well. Consider waiting six months to a year of dating before introducing your new boyfriend or girlfriend to your child or children. Your kids may not be ready to meet a new “father or mother figure.” Therefore, when your dating relationship begins to become serious an introduction of your boyfriend or girlfriend can be gradually increased over time. So, take your time!
DATINGWITHCHILDREN.COM DISCLOSURE AND BEHAVIOR
DatingWithChildren.com reserves the right to investigate and, if necessary, terminate your account should one or more of the Community Standards of Conduct Guidelines have been proven to be violated.
DatingWithChildren.com also reserves the right to terminate accounts without refund if these Community Guidelines were abused or our service was misused in any way.
OFFLINE BEHAVIOR / REAL LIFE
The ten standards of conduct for the community apply to online and offline dating experiences. With that said, our DatingWithChilfren.com Standards of Conduct Guidelines apply and are enforced, both on DatingWithChildren.com and in real life. If you’ve experienced bad behavior with another member in real life, we take that seriously and want to hear about it. Don’t hesitate to contact us through our Contact Us Page.
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