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Most people want to have a happy life, even when they may have to manage how to live with a disability.
Being disabled and dating presents it’s own set of challenges in the dating world, but they can be navigated with kindness, respect, and a bit of humor too.
Most people without disabilities find dating challenging at the best of times. As you prepare for a date, a plethora of questions may be running through your head.
Do you think your clothes make you look too fat, or maybe they’re too bland? For most daters, the thoughts going through people’s heads are going to set them up for failure on a date for people who don’t have mobility or sense disabilities. Most online dating forms don’t include any fields for mentioning that you’re disabled.
Perhaps your date wants a tall women with blonde hair. Many disabled people just give up, even though many singles are for dating with disabled.
It’s just a matter of matching the right people together. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, as everyone has their own ways of doing things anyway.
It’s just that it may take you twice as long to get dressed in the morning.
You may have special ramps set up in your home, and your countertops may be lower, so you can reach them from your wheelchair.
Perhaps your telephone is set up with a relay service for the deaf and hard of hearing.
It may be difficult explaining to a non-disabled person that your dating days are not over, and in fact, you’re eager to find someone to share your life.
It shouldn’t be embarrassing to explain how you live, when you’re disabled dating.