Dating paraplegic and quadraplegic
And most never will, but, I am sure you will meet that one person that sees into you. Take care, Eira30I would have no problem dating someone in a wheelchair, But to be honest I have no clue what your going threw.. I can add this, there is a nice man iv talked with the other day in my area who' looking for friends (i think? Maybe he would be up to talking to you and give you some ideas how he got/getting threw what you are?I could send him a link to this thread and see what happens..The reality of the situation is I am still able to do most everything I did before. As far as, what is your range of motion, level of active participation, ability to feel and have orgasms, etc? you are a VERY beautiful and sexy woman, and you're clearly intelligent and well spoken. All you can do is stress what you are able to do and hope you will cross paths with an intelligent individual.
My reponse to her is as follows: OP some people are jerks and they don't realize that we all have handicaps in one form or another. I have looked at your pictures and read your profile. I would e-mail you but I don't fit you requirements.
People shop for top end, picture perfect, total deal packages.
Honestly, I think you would do better in a activity based group of mixed singles.
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I was on several dating sites prior to this and do not want to sound too full of myself when I say I was "overwhelmed" with responses. Ironically, I had a marriage proposal the night before I broke my back. Once I had licked my wounds and felt ready to try this again, I posted my profile. I am tiring of hearing how I really do not need to meet anyone who is so low in character, not worthy of,,,,,,,etc, etc. You should seriously be proud of yourself, for your strength and your bravery. But a healthy sex life is an important part of a relationship, and for some people more than others, it can be even more important to them. perhaps it scares guys away for the same reason that women with kids have a hard time attracting men and getting dates. But when they see that you are in a wheelchair, they think it means they are signing up as a nursemaid, and a chairpusher, and a caretaker/babysitter type of thing. I'm just a very honest person, who doesn't BS people or sugarcoat stuff.The problem is, that you have not yet adapted to it. To adapt to the new person in the new circumstances that you are in.