Thanks to our unique Relationship Questionnaire, e Harmony ensures that you’ll be matched with single Mums or Dads who share more than just your experience of being a parent; our matches are based on 29 dimensions of compatibility, so you’ll be one-step closer to finding someone you – and your kids – will really click with.
At e Harmony, we know that dating as a single parent can be a challenge; that’s why we really take time getting to know you and finding out what you’re looking for in a partner.
Whether you’re a single Mum or Dad looking for a relationship with like-minded singles, or you’re childfree but open to the idea of dating a single parent, e Harmony is a great place to start.
Unlike other online dating sites, we specialise in helping people meet singles who are ready for a meaningful, long-lasting relationship.
No matter what age you are, what you're looking for or what your budget is we can guarantee there will be a single parent dating site out there for you.
These are the top five in our opinion so just sit back and get ready to meet someone special.
We've boiled down the digital dating options into categories to try to make the search-before-the-search a little easier.
The list isn't exhaustive, but we hope it will make the process a little less exhausting and help you find the one that's right for you.
Self-described as “A site for single parents to connect and love again,” Dating for Parents has a specific audience and different tools to help those people meet.
Users can select options to describe who they are, what type of person they are looking for and what they are hoping for out of future relationships.
Instead, we’ll send you a carefully edited batch of matches every day, tailored to you; saving you time and helping you find singles who are really worth meeting.
**There’s plenty of choice too; e Harmony is home to thousands of singles who are open to finding love online with single Mums and single Dads right now – they’re based across the UK and the list is growing every day!
The dating scene is hard enough but when you've got kids or been in a long-term relationship that hasn't worked out, it can seem a whole lot harder.