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And I don’t have to tell you where that could lead.———————————I challenge all of you reading this article to be better spouses and not neglect the ones who truly love you.
I've been reading some books recently about being married to LEO and how it is (shift changes, demands of OT from coworkers, stress/trauma brought on by police work)so hard and different.
Make the rounds of the establishments near your local precinct, or join your Neighborhood Watch program and you will likely meet a few good men. One of your top priorities should be to obey the law regardless of who your boyfriend is, but to date a police officer will require you to go by the book on all accounts.
You won't want to him compromise his principles (or his job), and neither will he if you are doing something illegal.
For the most part, those that listen to the advice of a cop would not only better themselves but better their situation.
But when it comes to our own problems, cops are dumb.
One way to meet police officers is to hang around their favorite gathering places.
Quite often you'll find groups of policemen sharing meals at coffee shops near the police station, or enjoying a few off-duty beers at local taverns nearby.
And then this love gets transferred to night shift….
You have searched your whole life to find that special someone who knows all of your faults and still thinks you’re a catch.
You can’t stand to be away from this love that only knows happiness and joy.
But that’s not the purpose of this article or why cops are horrible at marriage.
When it comes to marriage, cops really need no help at all from the citizens they serve.