Dating officer police
Unless you also work a shift job like nurse, diner waitress, etc., your regular M-F 9-5 schedule will not match up to his for a long time, sometimes decades.
Imagine how well your relationship can develop when you spend less than 1/2 the time other couples get.
EMOTIONS: Cops can get desensitized quickly to life.
After you have seen so much and dealt with so much, a lot of things lose their significance or impact. If you let everything get to you, you won't have a long career or a healthy life.
That's not it, but really, after working a scene where 4 teenagers got their heads cut off in a car accident, saving toddlers from a house where there's feces caked on the wall and parents are passed out from drugs all day, taking abused and horrifically battered women to shelters and fighting the subhuman boyfriend to arrest him, etc., and you bitching about some reality show character doing something dumb or how Macy's didn't have that particular size shoe in stock just doesn't seem that significant to us.She’s wonderful.” O’Donnell was previously married to Michelle Rounds, who died of apparent suicide in September at age 46. She also has four children —son Parker, 22, son Blake, 17, and daughter Vivienne, 14, and 20-year-old estranged daughter Chelsea — with ex-wife Kelli Carpenter-O’Donnell.Though O’Donnell is happy in her new relationship, she told Stern on Monday that she would never get married again. Spouses of cops say goodbye in person everyday, and go through that again, every day, instead of just once every 6 months to a year for military deployment.
Not to diminish military service, but it's not the same for the spouses in that aspect. You will notice that cops are not like normall people, no matter how much he tries. You can try, but it's ingrained into your psyche and your body mechanics.
(None of those incidents were made up,, btw)INSECURITY: Can you really handle the fear that everyday you say goodbye might be the last?