Paraplegic men dating

I am having a very hard time of going from one end of the desirable scale to the other virtually overnight. To overcome an injury like that is a wonderful thing. But as far as dating, one reason guys might tend to get freaked out, and "run for the hills", could be because they have cncerns that they are about to get involved in a no-sex-possible relationship. Visions of wheeling you everywhere, helping you up and down, and into vehicles, tending to your needs, etc. I'm just speculating, and I hope you know that I know better. Hell, if I were faced with a similar situation, I might think things like that myself, not knowing anything about the woman.My ego is shot to bits as I am constantly passed over worse. Or at best, sex with someone who can't move at all, and can't feel anything. Now hey, I KNOW that you are a strong and independent woman. It's like the guy who finds out that "She's got a kid! ) and thinks, "Hell, I'm looking to become a boyfriend. Having the responsibility for someone else's life, (someone you didn't even know yesterday), dropped into your lap overnight... Anyway, like I said, I am just tossing out ideas here, as they pop into my head.“Never lead with that,” Sonja says, and boy is she dead on right. Watch: Sonja D’s “How to Date Someone in a Wheelchair” Video #2: “Do not push us” and other important dating tips Our second video comes from Tiffany Post, an incredibly confident 30-something paraplegic from Staten Island, NY, and she has a video series called “Wheelchair Wednesdays” where she gives advice on fashion and dating.

I work in a big wheelchair friendly office building where I have to go from room to room a lot.

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One of her biggest pieces of advice is letting people know that it’s rude to start off with, “What happened to you?

” even if it’s eating at you when first meeting a person in a wheelchair (especially under romantic pretenses).

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