Who do you tell, what do you say and when do you say it?
That’s just one of the many dilemmas facing single registrants trying to reintegrate back into the dating world.
Getting out there an socializing is risky business and it’s filled with many possible pitfalls.
But this is what you are supposed to do isn’t it? Isn’t this what those prison lectures on “reintegration” were all about. How you’re supposed to get out there and resume your life, build a support network of friends and acquaintances, build relationships.
What those reintegration lectures failed to address was the little issue of “socializing when you are wearing a scarlet letter.” How is that supposed to work?
In today’s techno-era, meeting people is most often accomplished by joining a dating website and swiping left or right. But that doesn’t work for registrants who may not be allowed access to smartphones. And as for dating websites, a lot of those websites specifically exclude “sex-offenders” from joining.
Nope, most registrants can’t get back into the dating scene this way.