There's a young lad who works at my local supermarket who has cerebral palsy, Russell is his name, he isn't as badly affected by his condition as you are I have to admit but I can tell you now, if I were 15 years younger and single, he'd not stand a chance!!!!I have to confess that although once I got to know you I'd probably find you great company, I would find the initial approach and early conversation with you to be a little on the daunting side? The trouble is, that initial fear of the unknown is what is stopping a lot of women from meeting the real you, I would imagine...But many able-bodied daters may not know how to approach someone with a disability or what to avoid when asking a disabled person out. We talked to five people with disabilities and asked them about dating ups and downs, tips for other daters with disabilities, and what able-bodied people can do differently in relationships.
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According to society, disabled people are undesirable and therefore can never be “dating” or partner material. As someone with cerebral palsy myself, I think I hopefully can try to tackle this subject with some first hand experience!
First off, coming from a female’s perspective: dating is in 2016, regardless of whether or not you are disabled.
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