Things You Must Know Before You Start Disabled Singles Dating

When we reach a certain age we all feel that pressure of finding someone we can call our partner. Sure, we all imagine that they are well-built, pretty, smart, funny, successful etc. Of course, no one is perfect. What happens when you meet a person of your dreams and they happen to be handicapped? Honestly, many people freak out. Dating someone in a wheelchair isn’t easy, but on the other hand, it is not as scary as it seems. If you have dived into disabled singles dating, we have some tips for you. Go through these guidelines and your dating life will improve. So, what are the things you need to know about disabled dating?

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Have a heart to heart with yourself

We all know that any kind of dating isn’t easy, and dating a person in a wheelchair can be even trickier.  For example, planning your dates will be a lot more complicated. Before you go out, you will need to find places which are wheelchair accessible. You can visit those places yourself or find them online. It is not as hard as it seems. Open air manifestations are usually a good choice. If you want to go to a restaurant or visit a gallery, you will have to check beforehand if they have a ramp. There are a lot of romantic places where you can take your date, so keep your head up and don’t get discouraged. Just keep in mind that many things in your relationship will be more complicated than usual. Are you ready for that? If you are not, that is OK, just don’t lead them on.

See the person, not the chair

Always keep in mind that you are dating a person, not the chair. They have their interests, hobbies, hopes, goals and many qualities. Just check the free disabled dating sites and you will see. Imagine if it was the other way around. Would you like for people to see only a handicapped person instead of you? Forget about the wheelchair when you are dating disabled singles, it is only a tool that helps them move around, nothing more.

Don’t ask them about their situation

Thousands of people are in wheelchair, and every story is different. Some of them were just born that way, some of them have a medical issue and some had an accident. When you are on your first date, concentrate on her/him. Ask them about their interests, favorite movies, bands, books or hobbies. Only after a certain amount of time (and dates) you are allowed to ask them about their story.