Also I have a disability so when i date i also have to take that all into account and how it effects me or her. Hi there bookyone, Well I guess this is a challenging question.
For me have a disability , but that is not the sum total of a person. I guess there is the question of compatability of either 2 persons party the dating. HIS FEET WAS HURTING SO I TOOK HIS SOCKS OFF AND LOTIONED THEM FOR HIM. I TOLD HIM TO BE THINKFULL HE HAS THEM AND HIS LEGS.
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
That being said, in early 2014 I decided that if I can’t beat technology, I might as well join it.
I was feeling settled and happy in my own skin, and I decided that it was time to take my first foray into the world of online dating.
I have nothing against disabled people, and actually am friends with a lot of my clients.
A disability isn't going to stop me from being friends with someone, but now I would much prefer to have a partner who can do the same activities WITH me.But for someone with a disability, it can be particularly fraught and is often laden with many deep and dark “what ifs.”Meeting the right someone is challenging in a day and age where people are so heavily consumed by their jobs and attached to social media that they forget to go out and enjoy themselves and the company of others in an environment free from the intrusion of technology.Rare are the days where people meet their future partner in pubs, libraries, cafes and parks.Ann I dated a man born with a disability, I never noticed the disability affecting his zest for life and to this day he is still the most honest and loving man I have ever had the pleasure of knowing, sadly our lives are just too far away in distance.The topic of love and relationships can be a delicate subject for anyone.