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!
So I searched it up- turns out its mild cerebral palsy. (well he didn't need to but would be nice to know). And I'm thinking- if this guy is not suited for me I might just befriend him or break up with him.
Read Bridget and George’s love story Bridget’s Top 5 Dating Tips for People with Disabilities Bridget’s Top 5 Tips for Dating Someone with a Disability #Ask Easter Seals Q&A on Romantic Relationships with Autism We had a great Twitter chat about finding love with autism.
Be sure to check out our recap to get tips on love, dating and more from two couples with autism. Watch: From First Date to Wedding Day Bridget and George share their story, from first date to wedding day, and learn more about the ways in which they support each other.
Andrew’s experience "I’m a wheelchair user with Cerebral Palsy. I was stunned, because this couldn’t have been further from the truth.
When I’m intimate with another person, I’m always asking, “Do they like me? ” These questions are bubbling beneath my surface, and I do my best to hide these feelings.