I am fortunate enough to have 2 sons, both of which have autism. After a divorce, I had to acclimatise myself to being a single parent. Like many other people, I joined an online dating service and was lucky enough to meet some lovely people whom I have remained friends with. One night however, after a less than perfect date, when comments about my day had been greeted with a polite silence and a vacant stare, it was apparent that the only two things we had in common were that we were in the same place at the same time.
Once home, I felt the only people who would understand me and my situation were other parents of special needs children, care professionals or fathers who, as a result of divorce, were parted from their children for one reason or another. In other words, people on my WAVELENGTH.
A New Concept
Confidently knowing the types of people I wanted to meet, I tried to find an online dating service catering for what I wanted. I found nothing. I felt there was a need for this kind of online dating service and, with pleasure, I introduce you to WAVELENGTH dating; a secure environment to meet new friends or arrange a date with people on the same WAVELENGTH as you.
Thank you for taking the time to read this and I hope WAVELENGTH dating will help you in your journey to meet someone who will make your life complete.
Founder of WAVELENGTH dating