kicked off a series of reflections regarding my fiance’s chosen profession as a police officer. When my fiance and I travel to a different country or state, the first thing he wants to see is what squad cars they’re rollin’ in—an obsession similar to my need to check out my pod mate’s outfit of the day.#Those Shoes Though When other spouses complain about their husband or wife being late for dinner, you’ll be thinking about the last few years of them sleeping through dinner.Some of his quirks are just him being him, while others are rooted in his gun slinging, criminal catching, drug opposing ways.#My Fuzz #Hot Fuzz When a cop comes home from work, he removes all of his clothing and gear (yes, I said clothing.) This happens to include two sets of handcuffs, a bulletproof vest, and a gun. #But IMade Pie There is no other bond quite like the bond between cops. Honor this, it will save your police officer’s life.So if you are dating a cop or hope to, here are a few things to keep in mind so that your relationship is mutually fulfilling and supportive.First the good bit Law enforcement officials are trusted with perhaps one of the most important jobs of the civilized world – keeping the neighborhood and society safe.Law enforcement is one of the most difficult jobs around – it requires both physical grit and mental strength not only on the part of the professional but also his/her loved ones.And this is why being in a relationship with cops involves something more than fun and romance.
had some fantastic points - read her answer for a great first-hand account. Will you need any less inclination to watch the local news and more reason to worry?
My wife and I were firmly married (three years plus) when I became a police officer, but I'll give some considerations I imagine would have emerged had I been on the market while I was in law enforcement, and add additionals if they come to mind: By the way, none of those are hypotheticals - each of them happened to me. You're probably going to have to come to some kind of terms in which you allow them to dictate the amount of information flowing here.