Truck dating

11 Apr

If you date/marry a non-driver all the old stereotype stories will be told to her by her friends/acquaintances/church members etc..you will have problems.

Be honest young man, make it known in your profile what you do, what you are looking for and go from there..wishes to you and keep the shiny side up. Yes, it might be harder than some, but you find someone in position to travel along with you, or be willing to be at home while your away and be happy with that.

After years of being with him daily I found myself alone.

I had mixed feelings about this new situation which included excitement, sadness, and soon resentment.

He injured himself doing that, was out of work for almost 2 years and then had to search for a job.

Apparently, over the road driving was all he could find to do so he took a job and was gone almost immediately.

He says I'm crazy and that he will never understand me.

Last year, we talked about some of the perks of online dating for truckers and a lot of our readers’ comments demonstrated just how hard it is to find a good relationships when you’re on the road. Why is it that, in the trucking industry, the same people that are able to keep the entire country going are not able to keep their relationships going, or have trouble finding a partner at all?

Let’s explore some of the reasons that truck drivers have a hard time finding the “one”, and for the ones that have found their match, we’ll look at some of the ways they keep the romance alive.

There are many unique issues you have to deal with when dating a trucker that do not arise when dating men in other professions.

Some of these issues can be very challenging and it’s definitely not the lifestyle for everybody.