Dating an amputee
Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... Back when this happened, I was living in a rehabilitation facility (physical rehab, not drug).
Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Due to trauma from an accident, my right foot is paralyzed. I was wheelchair bound as both of my legs and feet were injured and I met this beautiful woman in her mid 20's. I would go keep her company on my breaks and for the hour after my day was done and she was still there.
There are going to be others who don’t want it being brought up. Be Respectful You also want to respect their feelings and boundaries. Dating is a nerve wracking experience, for everyone. Your date is going to be just as nervous as you are. That’s the best way to have a successful amputee dating experience.
You can’t tell who these people are before the questions are asked. It’s good to keep in mind that whether you’re dating an amputee, or someone who is able bodied, we’re all the same. In fact, as an amputee trying to date, she/he will be more nervous than you.
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Ask Questions It may feel awkward for both of you, but it may also me necessary. The old saying to treat others how you want to be treated comes into play here.
Don’t be afraid of coming across as silly or disrespectful by asking what may be one your mind. When you’re on a date, regardless of who, being respectful is important.
Everyone wants to have a positive dating experience.
Once you overcome the awkwardness of the first date, it should be smooth sailing as you get to know each other.
"I had a really hard time finding something wrong from the inside out. She stays focused on bringing out who she is no matter what she looks like on the outside. I make a difference." Another practice she began after breaking her back kick boxing was to imagine a tea candle inside herself right below belly button.