Dating a dancer
It can be awesome to meet someone great at an event overseas – but beware of getting involved without considering what distance means for a more serious relationship. If you do both try to stick it out, will you be able to handle it?If you’re dating a local, consider the size of your scene. If you’re considering dating someone who you hope to partner, think very carefully about mixing business with pleasure. I’m in this type of relationship, and it works for me. We have to be very careful about setting boundaries between dance work and our personal life.
The chances that they will have a lot of attention (and options) is usually quite high.Announce that you’ve started to date a dancer, and you’re likely to get high-fives from your locker room friends or juicy detail-requests from your shopping entourage. Ballroom dancers are often in great shape, know how to move their bodies in all kinds of sexy ways, and have a wonderful artistic streak, not to mention great fashion sense. Don’t get me wrong, when you date a dancer, it can be Most professional dancers are busiest in the evening, when everyone else comes to a studio to take lessons, or to a theatre to watch them strut their stuff.Even social dancers will be reluctant to cancel their to hang out with their non-dancing partner.Or, be like my fiancée and sneakily pay for things without telling your partner (because he feels manly paying for everything even if he can’t afford it :)) If you date a dancer, understand they will be dancing, sometimes quite closely, with other people.
That’s part of their job, or at least what makes the dance fun.
If you are uncomfortable with the idea of your partner dancing with other people, then you may want to reconsider dating a dancer.