One of the most common question is; “what happened?
” When asked by strangers, I usually tell them I was half eaten by a shark in Mexico, just to scare the shit out of them so they never go in the sea again.
Videogames, outdoor activities, even card games are difficult for her. She's an amazing woman whose endless optimism has managed to turn around a former cynic (me). as a spokesperson for the Children's Hospital of LA), grabbed lots of internships, and she still manages to find time for me.
But to be completely honest, none of that matters to me. We have so many things in common, from movies to dancing (yes, dancing) to music to food, we get along so well it's easy to see past her physical limits to the beautiful person that she is.
That’s like matching two people because they both have brown hair or the same colour eyes.
They will include losing weight (and probably putting it back on within a few weeks), stopping smoking (and then starting again on the first day back at work), and trying to find ‘the one’, the person you want to spend the rest of your life with.Or should you wait to meet the person and let them see the real you before revealing your disability on the date?Would that be classed as lying to the person if you didn’t mention it until then?So what’s the best way to do this in our modern world? So, you duly upload your images and life story, hoping that a special someone – and not someone wanting to just send pictures of their naked body parts – will get in contact.But if you’re disabled, online dating comes with added issues – aside from those unwanted nude pictures being automatically uploaded to your cloud where your niece or nephew accidentally view them after picking up your unattended i Pad (not that this ever happens).
Your ‘secret’ may already be out there for the world to see.