Things You Should Know Before Dating a Lawyer

20 Signs You're Not Ready to Start Dating YetWhile dating lawyers can be sexy in so many different ways, here are four things you should keep in mind before going into a relationship with a lawyer.

You may lose a few arguments.

Although this isn’t to say that lawyers love to argue, they are incredibly good at it. Think about it – lawyers make a living by arguing in court. Their job is to convince the judge and the jury that their client is innocent. Their fact-finding and case-presenting skills have been beefed up by those long hours spent making a case to the court.

What that means for you is that when you do get in an argument (which often happens in relationships), you’re already at a disadvantage. It’s not surprising to find yourself advocating against your case before the fight is over. However, you don’t need to worry about not being understood in your relationship. As long as you can find a way to let your partner understand what you’re trying to say, you’re going to have a healthy and fruitful relationship.

You may have to put up with late nights.

More often than not, lawyers have to spend a lot of time preparing for cases in court. These long hours will invariably overspill into the night, and you have to know that going in. This is especially true if the person you’re planning to date is very ambitious and driven. Even though those qualities might have attracted you to them in the first place, they can get in the way of your love and relationship.

The solution to this problem is the same as most other relationship problems – communication. With proper communication, you get to understand how important your partner’s work is, and you can even create a schedule the two of you can adhere to and use to spend time together.  

You never have to pay full price for anything again.

Have you ever tried to negotiate your way to lower prices on items and you found yourself losing? That’s all gone when you start dating a lawyer. They are incredible negotiators. As a result, you’re about to get a lifetime of discounts and deals. Sometimes, lawyers don’t even have to say much to get people to perk up and listen to them.

Learning some legal lingo might help your relationship.

Imagine, if you were a lawyer, wouldn’t it be hot to hear some legal terms like “amicus curiae” from your non-lawyer partner? Even if you end up messing up the phrase, you’ll still come across as cute, which is more than enough to make them like you even more! It’s always helpful for the relationship when you have common interests with your partner.

It doesn’t only keep things interesting, but it also helps you to communicate better. The result is your bond gets stronger and deeper. Learning legal speak isn’t essential to the success of your relationship, but it can definitely help you have a better and stronger one.

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BA, MA Psychology (and Conflict Resolution), University of Cambridge (2007). With a decade of trial and error in psychology and 33 years of navigating my own complex (that's one word for it!) relationships with family, friends, co-workers and men, I hope I have some useful knowledge and skills to share with my readers about making sense of relationships and trying to become a better person every day.

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